From the garden side...
There is also a tiny Sedum adolphi, with its plump leaves becoming ever more golden in the sunlight. It was sold as one of those miniscule succulents-as-houseplants that one finds at garden centres. It went out into the big world and nearly met with immediate demise. Betty the dog accidentally ran it down - literally planting her foot in the middle of it - as she greeted me because, of course, I was standing there admiring the new plant. The main stem was undamaged; and I plopped the other remnants back into the soil. It worked well with a bit broken off the Senecio. These look all right so far!
Anigozanthos "Bush Ranger" has been very pleased with this location. It has just been cut back so is only a tuft of flat, dark green leaves at present.
I can't leave today's post, however, without showing the first open bloom of Penstemon parryi. Just opened this morning!