It's easy to forget about foliage in this time of rampant flowering. I thought I'd stroll the garden and find great examples of fresh foliage still unfettered by four-lined plant bugs and meandering leaf miners.
Angelica gigas, beautiful wine-colored veins and sharp serration
The slightly twisty blades of Allium senescens
A delicate heart-shaped leaf of Cercis canadensis 'Northern Strain' redbud
One of two uninvited Verbascum bombyciferum, Giant Silver Mullein allowed in garden
Like fluttery curled wings on dwarf Ginkgo, 'Jade Butterfly'
Soft and fuzzy lamb's ears, Stachys byzantina 'Helen Von Stein'
Glaucous spears of Helichtotrichon, Blue Oat Grass 'Sapphire', dance in front of purple-tinged scallops of Sedum 'Xenox'
What's going on with your foliage?