In the cold house all the proteas and bankias are training their engines to start quickly with new growth. Regarding proteas I missed the opportunity to take some pictures of Protea burchelli and Protea punctata.
In my veranda, after years of patience, my first grafted Avocado Brogdon (by myself) is decorated with hundreds of flower buds. I have also a small Casimiroa edulis that started blooming this year for the second time (I have no clue about the cultivar).
Also some bulbs have started growing. Tecophilaea cyanocrocus in my cold frames are already blooming, outside they timidly sprout between the gravel.Not only plants are "resuscitated", also a huge variety of pests enjoy the nice weather!
Phaseolus caracalla seeds. Four months to ripen!
Persea americana Brogdon.
redspider web and (not in focus) mealybugs on resting Erythrina humeana.