Geraniums come in a large variety of sizes. They are an intriguing shape.
Nasturtiums are an edible leaf with a peppery taste. They like some moisture but are killed by frost. They are best in Spring and Fall, but we can usually find some in Winter and Summer as well.
The only thing nicer than persimmon leaves are persimmons. Their vein structure is simple but appealing.
Potatoes have surprisingly luscious, detailed leaves. Just another reason to love taters. Leaves are best in winter.
Smokebush leaves create a subtle impression that belies their dramatic purple color.
The hardy sword fern persists year round, but the fresh leaves in Spring are best. More mature leaves have dots of pollen that can add visual interest, but the woodier leaves mean some detail can be lost.
One of the flattest, most symmetrical leaves in our repertoire.