The Accent (Companion) Plant Thread

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Good thread idea, maybe you'll get more response in spring when things are fresh and flowering.
One of my favourites, moss, native sedums and garden chives on a stone, third season since planting.
 

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New to this year, plant dug from gravel pit and moss on dog bone, not a dogs actual bone but a bone you would give to a dog. Long and lanky from time in the mist house, should look good next year, it does flower.
 

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New to this year, plant dug from gravel pit and moss on dog bone, not a dogs actual bone but a bone you would give to a dog. Long and lanky from time in the mist house, should look good next year, it does flower.
Very nice natural shari on that accent plant man. :)
 
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Zach being a fellow club member and friend of mine always has some really cool accent plants for shows and display ideas. I'm hoping some of his talent can rub off on me.

This is my first stab at an accent:
Lambs ear
Unknown pot.
 

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I only have one at the moment, lost my other two in the intense heat of summer and lack of rain.
I love the sedum accent by wire and Adair's spiral accent.
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Dwarf Mondo Grass (Ophiopogon japonicus 'Nana') and Baby/Angel's Tears (Soleirolia soleirolii). Unfortunately most of the baby's tears dried out.
 
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Good thread idea, maybe you'll get more response in spring when things are fresh and flowering.
One of my favourites, moss, native sedums and garden chives on a stone, third season since planting.
Again I am loving this.
 

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