|The big, bold flowers of Grevillea 'Ned Kelly' kicked things off this week and last week's featherhead (Phylica pubescens) came along for the ride
|The flower-like bracts of Leucadendron 'Safari Sunset' took over the stage on the other side of the vase
It's been cold and, of late, exceptionally dry here and, after running our heater virtually non-stop most of the month, our Christmas tree dried out in record time so I stripped the interior of the house of its Christmas decorations this past weekend, leaving a lone snow globe sitting in the front entry as a nod to the winter season.
|This snow globe formerly belonged to my mother-in-law, an avid birder. Mrs. Cardinal seems to have faded over the years.
The new arrangement occupies the usual place of honor on the dining room table.
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