I was rather concerned about the succulents, in particular Senecio "Blue Fingers" in the newly planted corner at the bottom of the garden. Perhaps a few marks from the cold, but nothing to cry about. It is looking very vigourous, and the broken-off section that I poked in next to the main plant is settling in well. I covered both with a bit of hay - the only thing I could get hold of in a hurry - when temperatures dropped low, but no other protection was needed. I'm not even sure it needed the hay. Perfectly pleased with itself!
The Tetraneuris, in the new corner with the Senecio, is smiling.
And the buds on the young Eremophila "Valentine" are still plentiful.