Aeonium and Company
On a July garden tour of the Epping garden in Newcastle, Washington, I spotted this beautiful dark red container full of foliage plants with no flowers.
The two plants with larger succulent foliage are Aeoniums—the tall one in the back is possibly A. 'Schwarzkopf' and at its feet A. 'Kiwi'. Growing low in the pot is a Selaginella species on the left and Senecio rowleyanus (string of pearls) on the right. As you can see this is an awesome pairing of plants.
This is a good example of why using handsome foliage plants in containers creates stunning results!