Well, no pics of most of it, But here's what I'm up to... we had a temporary employee that was supposed to clean up the flower beds... for some reason he pulled out ALL the holly ferns and chopped a lime tree sapling down to the ground and was quite proud of that bare dirt.
He's not around anymore, but the courtyard is now bare... for various reasons we weren't able to immediately replace any plants, and so I've taken it upon myself to aquire cuttings and attempt to fill in.
Its interesting... many of the plants I'm getting I know as houseplants, but they're outside plants in this climate.
I've taken three leaves from the Sanseveria on the front porch, cut each sword in three pieces and planted them in the ground... they now have roots and I'm expecting the first growth in about a month.
There are two vines of ornamental sweet potato that I rescued... they had wandered to far from a public planter and were being beat up by foot traffic. There's a "chartreuse" And a "blackheart" Just rooted good and beginning to grow. Since these can grow six inches a day, I have faith that they'll soon make short work of all that bare dirt.
Currently, there are several cuttings in my bathroom rooting on water. Its not the best situation, but I'm working with what I got... Lol.