Friday, June 18, 2010

06/18/10




Rudbeckia 'Cappucino' and Euphorbia cotinifolia
The Rudbeckia 'Cappucino' that I grew from seed last year made it through the winter. I was shocked to see that, in the pots, the foliage never died back, even though our winter was an unusually harsh one. I like how it looks against the Euphorbia which is also another potted plant from last year. It was protected indoors through the winter.

2 comments:

Tim said...

The combination is beautiful! I have an aversion to the euphorbia, having gotten myself into a ridiculous rash from the sap, but it's still a beautiful plant! I wouldn't have thought to put them together.

Palisade Stained Glass Art said...

I have such a hard time telling Rudbeckia from Indian Blanket. The colors are so similar but the leaf clustering appears subtly different.