Today's vases and location will be nothing new to you if you've ever stopped here on a Monday meme morning. The two Heath vases on the ends and the central container are among my top favorites and spend a lot of time on this windowsill above the kitchen sink.
What's noteworthy is that the contents are leaves and cuttings from my November garden that are still going strong in January, which is not an easy thing to make happen here in Wisconsin. Interspersing the vases are a salt shaker snowman (he cries salty tears!) and a ceramic snowman with twiggy arms.
The vases at the edges of the display hold cuttings I took from an annual Hibiscus plant that was in a pot by the front door all summer long. They've sent out roots so I am probably going to try to pot them up one of these days. The vase with the face holds a variety of foliage from Hellebores, Heuchera and Tiarella with one odd Geranium cutting. The rather spiky khaki-colored leaf is a Hellebore that was bluish-green when I clipped it. It's slowly turned this very pretty tone.
Nothing too unusual here except that I can partake of Cathy's "In a Vase on Monday meme" in January without trying to come up with something I've pulled together in the absence of flowers from my own garden. Stop by Rambling in the Garden to see what other gardeners are putting in a vase today.