The Forest of Sabine is growing apace. There have been a few casualties, alas, among the Angophora hispida. Sabine tells me that she's had this problem elsewhere: they don't take kindly to transplantation.
Still, there is much new growth among all the other species, in particular with the Acacia parvipinnula. Tender new shoots, and in the last couple of days, flowers!
To give you a sense of size, the mature flowers above are around 0.5cm in diameter.