Viburnum opulus, fall color
Calycanthus floridus, Carolina allspice, one of my favorite shrubs, has wonderful fall color. It has developed its first and only fruit, a fig-like capsule that should persist all winter. I'll cut it open in the spring and see what's inside.
My witch hazel, Hamamelis virginiana, is blooming. American witch hazels have such cool flowers but I usually forget to look for them since they bloom at an odd time of year. They tend to have low seed set, something like 1%. I haven't found any capsules from last year's flowers.
I have two strawberry plants running wild in the lawn. I'm told that this is a bad thing but we have such a hard time keeping grass back there, any successful green plant is okay in my book! Until I start smooshing red berries onto my clothes, that is. We'll see if they survive the winter.
Foley dozes in the November sunshine. She's definitely an autumn; the earth tones suit her.