This weird-looking plant consists of tiny oblong pea-sized leaves growing from woody/corky branches.
Pilea microphylla ‘Variegata’
This tiny Pilea seems as if it's flowering, but the impression comes from its colorful leaves.
Another "can't do without" foliage plant is Euphorbia 'Yokoi's White', a relative of the Poinsettia.
This rabbit's foot fern grew happily on the north side of the house in summer. I dug it out of the planter, gave it fresh soil and a new pot, and brought it indoors. It loves humidity but not wet feet.
This Pelargonium (annual geranium) has dark, rounded leaves that beautifully set off its deep cerise blooms.
Chlorophytum Mandarin is a spider plant relative with colorful stems and leaves. It can be grown in a shady spot outdoors in summer.
Elephant ear Red-eyed Gecko
Colocasia 'Red-eyed Gecko' is a beautiful chartreuse with a bright red "eye."
Outstanding variegation comes with this Canna, whose blooms are bright orange. It goes by the names 'Durban' or 'Phasion'.
Senecio Angel Wings
This silvery wonder brightens up spots in the garden. It's fairly new and eventually should become easier to find. Ask for Senecio 'Angel Wings'. Try it indoors as a houseplant.
This Fuchsia can be grown for its gorgeous leaves. In summer, when placed in a partly sunny spot, it will bloom.
Coleus Sea Monkey Purple
This Coleus grows to just 10" and is called 'Sea Monkey Purple'.
One of the stalwarts in a mixed container has been Pseuderanthemum 'Stainless Steel'. Try it indoors as a houseplant.
Clivia miniate grows from a bulb that originates in Africa. It blooms in winter, and can be grown outdoors in summer when left in its pot and grown in very well-drained soil.