Aloe aristata has been a rock star tucked into these rocks. My larger more exposed clump is not looking so nice.
Everything looks so vibrant in the late-spring sunshine.
Dicksonia antarctica has started to push out lots of new growth.
As has melianthus major...
There's just so much to be excited about. (I know this is the foliage follow-up, but can you see the bloom about to emerge from the largest echeveria glauca!)
Prickly pear growth has got to be one of the coolest things to happen in my garden this spring. It's a first for me!
It kind of looks other worldly in my opinion.
The leccino olive has really picked up in the last month. And for good measure here is a solo shot of my favourite trachycarpus in the garden.
Pretty soon I'm not going to know what to do with this canary island date palm! It is the happiest of little palm tree (though becoming less and less "little")