The Accent (Companion) Plant Thread

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In the first photo from left to right asplenium platyneuron, unknown weed, and wild violet. And of course all the moss. The second one along with the moss from top down is catmint and asplenium platyneuron.
 
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What kind of plant is that, Tom? EDIT: Please disregard, I somehow missed the description above the pictures! :rolleyes:
 

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That looks like a different species to what we call 'Thrift' here - what is it? 'Thrift' or 'Sea Thrift' usually refers to Armeria, here in the UK. This is my 'Thrift', Armeria juniperifolia 'Bevan's Variety'.
It’s tag reads: Iberis sempervirens ‘Tahoe’, or Candytuft, Thrift. I don’t know what it is, but it’s evergreen and blooming now, so I grabbed it.

Here’s another accent to keep the spirit of the thread, some type of variegated thyme in a Joshu Shouzan pot.
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