As it turned out, I had plenty of material to draw from for this one. Russelia equisetiformis in the centre...
...with a couple of blooms of Salvia greggii "Autumn Moon" and one of "Flame"...
...and a couple of clusters of Penstemon parryi, which is so loaded with side shoots that I thought it could spare a few flowers.
So the bouquet became a medley of red and pink, of trumpets and sage flowers, all in a rather colorful little cup and saucer. I wish I had added something to show the scale as this is even tinier than it looks; the cup is all of one and a quarter inches (about three centimeters) tall.
The biggest surprise, however, was a couple of scarlet flowers from Pineapple Sage (Salvia elegans). I had already added a sprig of smallish leaves (most of the leaves on the plant were too large to stay in scale), and I needed a bit more. I discovered the first blooming stem to the back of the plant.
In it went, completing this little nosegay in an old cup and saucer.
Many thanks to Cathy at Rambling in the Garden for hosting this meme - not to mention providing an excellent excuse for Saturday's purchases...!