Although the past three weeks I have been mentally preoccupied with something else and spring 'happened' some time during that period it feels like there isn't much to catch up on. Nothing unusual but compared to some of the blogs we read from across the pond, spring growth here seems much later. But things will level up later on.
|Two white variegated Aloe brevifolia and a baby Dyckia marnier-lapostollei|
|Ahhhww! Baby frog taking shelter (or was it trapped?) from the winds|
Then pretty much the same last weekend, but this time mulching and fertilising came in to the equation. But at least new growth is much more visible.
|Buds are just starting to enlarge on Daphniphyllum macropodum|
|And shuttlecock ferns, Matteuccia struthiopteris nicely spreading out and sprouting....|
|Even through the dense fibrous trunk of a tree fern.|
Come May, so many options!