We've only had one real frost so far this fall so lots of plants are still looking very green. The leaves on many of the huge old trees around have completely fallen but there are still some maples, sweet gums, and a few other trees still holding on to vibrantly - colored leaves. It doesn't really feel like December but I'm not complaining!
Hydrangea 'Pistachio' is still going strong. The fading blooms turn back to green. Totally in love with this plant!
Sweet little Oxalis.
The Abutilons continue to add color and delight humming birds!
Mahonia blooms are always such a welcome sight at this time of the year!
The osteospermum that was supposed to be a little annual color in a pot that has decided to live forever and take over the whole pot.
Grevellia victoriae in full swing.
May you all have something bright in your garden or your heart to give you hope at this darkest time of the year that spring will come. Hope that in some way good can come from horrible loss. Hope that even in the face of senseless acts of terror, there may one day be peace on earth, good will to all.