It's warm, it's raining and the snow has disappeared. Feels like a January thaw after the unseasonably cold weather we've been having. This was the view out the living room window Sunday morning. The pond is still mostly frozen; the rainwater is pooling on top of the ice.
What this means is that there is not much left in the garden to use in a vase. Luckily I brought these summer remnants indoors before it snowed. They're in a vase on my bathroom vanity. Sedum 'Autumn Joy', a stem of White Pine, and assorted bits of dried ferns.
Two tiny vases on the kitchen windowsill hold the last stem of curly parsley from the garden and two cuttings from Pelargoniums that I am half-heartedly attempting to root. Gardeners in my part of the world are hunkering down for winter along with our gardens. But lots of other gardeners continue to display lively creations in vases at Rambling in the Garden, host of this weekly meme.