Douglas Justice's November in the Garden 2023 - UBC Botanical Garden blog features the garden's evergreen viburnums that are grown "primarily for their beautiful foliage and berries". If you're really into viburnums, I recommend his previous blogs on this genus: December in the Garden 2021 - UBC Botanical Garden December 2018 in the Garden - UBC Botanical Garden It's a good thing Douglas keeps writing about these, because I have hardly learned to recognize any of them, though I was starting to get the hang of it just about when I'd given up. My first big find was Viburnum parvifolium, which is the only one I found that is covered with berries. Ah, but what I saw when I was looking for the viburnums. I knew to look for Decaisnea insignis, dead man's fingers, and it was Halloween day. But I was not expecting to see so many flowers on the Rhododendron cinnabarinum subsp. xanthocodon Concatenans Group. Since we're supposed to be doing leaves, near the dead man's fingers is the Cathaya argyrophylla, which I first posted in 2012 (first photo). I'm still trying to learn the name. And here is Elaeagnus macrophylla. I don't know if the leaves are supposed to be fragrant. I didn't see any flowers, but something was very fragrant around here, and I didn't see a katsura nearby. I'll get back with the program in the next posting.