Ornamental Cabbage or Kale(Brassica oleracea)Ornamental cabbage is another fall favorite. It’s an annual that when planted in late summer will last well into fall, even through a few frosts. While it can flower, it’s prized for its beautiful (and edible!) foliage (shown in the front of this fall arrangement). Ranging from frosty blues to sage greens with purple and white accents, ornamental cabbage has a nice mounding habit that should put it front and center in your arrangements.
~~Grasses as Container Plants | sticking to a limited color palette, with the main focus on varied textures and forms is eye-catching! Tall, bamboolike Arundo donax var fronted by Iris ensata ‘Variegata’, Fountain grass (Pennisetum alopecuroides ‘Desert Plains’), sedges Carex ciliato-marginata ‘Treasure Island’ and C. albula ‘Frosty Curls’, and shrubby rosemary and Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Snowkist' | Garden Design~~