This is somebody else's idea, but I can't find the instigating thread. I think the point was to highlight attractive plant combinations or arrangements. That's what I'm doing here anyway. Here are a few combinations I've noticed in the past week. This is in the "black garden" area at VanDusen Botanical Garden. Featured plants are Oxalis spiralis 'Aureus', Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Nigrescens' (black mondo grass), Coleus, Penstemon digitalis, some Araceae (looks like Colocasia esculenta to me, but I haven't checked it out), and the purple plant on the right. Here is another from VanDusen, still the black garden area. The Oxalis spiralis 'Aureus' is again featured, along with Celosia plumosa and what I have been calling Colocasia esculenta 'Blue Hawaii', but that's not on the garden's database, and several other cultivars are listed, so maybe it has a different name. I really dislike red and yellow together, but the red here is dark enough to be exciting.