From October through March, almost everything stops growing in this climate, but this year, it has been a very warm fall, and perhaps a mild winter will follow, but it is already well into december and there are still many plants growing. It hardly gets below freezing and on some years, there is already a foot of snow on the ground so hopefully this pattern continues.
Here's some of the alliums. None of the garlic cloves seem to be turning into rounds yet which means they are not dormant yet because the soil temperature is still lingering around 50F.
Garlic: I grew several batches over a couple months so many of these will vary in size.
Here's an unknown flower, still making new growth.
Succulents: Here are some sempervivums which seem to continue growing as long as the soil temperature is above freezing, and might even prefer cooler temperatures because it typically keeps the soil moist.
Blueberry flower bud already swelling up.
Mustard plant. I'm surprised that these aren't wilting by now.