I clipped greenery from junipers and boxwoods. I decided a few cuts from loropetalum might make good contrast to the greenery. I was surprised to find fringes of blooms on some of the loropetalums.
One dogwood still had red berries but I abandoned cutting berries when I realized the same twigs had next year's buds. Just before I came in out of the wind, I found a last orange rose.
All the treasures went into bottles on my tray where I put bits and pieces to enjoy.
Charisma, the last floribunda bloom.
Dogwood berries and late leaves.
... and the Christmas decors for the greenhouse, including
a rose campion plant, pecans and a red nutcracker.
Flowers and text are from the garden of Nell Jean blogged on Dotty Plants Journal in hot, humid Southwest Georgia.