First the Callicarpa aka "Beauty Bush". The leaves may be turning yellow, but the berries are colouring-up nicely.
Some of the Dogwood berries are still plump and glossy white
...but they are mostly withered now, leaving just the seed capsules. This is the Cornus "Kesselringii", the one with nearly-black stems.
This is a dried-up bract of one of the Euphorbia plants ("Clarice Howard").
The Fennel seeds are brown and shrivelled too:
Likewise the Hypericum berries, which a short while ago were bright pink. They look a little bit like Allspice berries, I think. Probably don't taste so nice though...
The Olive tree has not been especially happy this year, no doubt wishing it could exchange our grey and chilly weather for something a bit warmer.
It's a good thing I don't grow the Olive tree in order to get a harvest, because its fruits are small and not very plentiful. I wish you could eat olives straight from the tree, without all that palaver of brining them etc...