There was another tree with new leaves to excite us yesterday, besides the Neolitsea sericea posted separately. Here's Lithocarpus cleistocarpus, that attracted me because it looked like a mango tree with the drooping purple leaves. It's in the beech family, common name Tanbark Oak. Not new leaves, but very interestingly varied leaf shapes on this Metapanax davidii. Climbers are still doing their thing. Here's a male Actinidia deliciosa. The flowers are looking pretty much yellow from a distance. I don't have the name on this very fragrant white rose. The Tropaeolum speciosum is much better looking in real life, though we couldn't really get near it. I think that's what this is. Here's an awesome Asteraceae-looking yellow flower that we couldn't find the tag for.