Douglas Justice's blog for November is up at November in the Garden 2022 - UBC Botanical Garden, and as usual, there are lots of good photos there. I got distracted around the food garden, and then my phone (camera) battery died (so glad that happened before my upcoming Honolulu trip, so I have a new battery now), which is to repeat, see the blog for what Douglas says is of interest now. Here are a couple of plants mentioned in the blog. Disanthus cercidifolius has been a favourite for several years, usually with thin little flowers completely hidden under the leaves, but this year, they decided to show off. The fruits are white heart-shaped things, so I don't know what exactly is the white thing in the third photo. Montauk daisy (spelling corrected, as per Ron B's posting), Nipponanthemum nipponicum, in the Asian Garden, has just a few flowers. Back to coloured leaves, I didn't get to walk over to the Liquidambar styraciflua on the main lawn in the North Garden, but these were easy to see. They are common on our city streets and parks. Parthenocissus tricuspidata, Boston ivy, on the trellis next to the food garden, is looking splendid. There are two cultivars listed there, 'Lowii' and 'Veitchii', the latter of which, according to Garden Explorer, has a common name of Japanese ivy, and it doesn't mention Boston ivy as a common name. I don't know which this is; the last photo might show both of them. This was not written up in the blog. Edited: I see that in 2019 I posted this one with the red leaves as the 'Lowii' cultivar, so I must have seen the label then. There is also P. quinquefolia in there as well, still with green leaves. Wow, spellcheck corrected my original spelling of quinquefolia. This might be Parthenocissus tricuspidata 'Robusta', on the walkway up to the Garden Pavilion. That's Asimina triloba peeking over the wall under the Parthenocissus in the first photo. I forget what Linda Layne told me - maybe it had a flower, but it did not have any fruits. While I'm doing yellow leaves, here is Celastrus scandens, along the north fence in the North Garden.