|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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