The area under the tree is still looking a bit sad, but here are there are signs of new life - a new shoot, or bud, a downtrodden plant perking up. The anthirium leaves got very sun burnt, but there are new buds, so I think all is well.
I thought the African mask was quite a hardy plant, and that too suffered for a while but now I see new growth.
The branches that already has leaves are sending out new shoots, even the lopped off branches are showing signs of new life. I don't know how long it will be until we have shade, but the garden is adapting.
I still have a shade cloth over my most tender plants, and I guess that will stay until there are some more leaves on the branches above that section.
The flowering plants seem happier to have more sun - inpatients and balsam, and the ground orchids are sending out new leaves. Still not pretty enough for a long view though - that will have to wait.....