I will just start this thread with two favourites, and will post more soon. Most exciting to me today were the leaves of Rhododendron insigne, or actually, the undersides of the leaves. The first leaf I saw had no indumentum, but the underside of that leaf shone like antique gold, with a hint of pink colour that I did not capture at all in my photos. The younger leaves do have dense bright white indumentum. I finally looked at the flowers - it's mostly finished blooming. And a whole bunch more photos of leaves, and one of the fruits. Very different leaves here - it's the size that made me stop the first person who walked by to try to capture a sense of the size of these Lysichiton camtschatcensis, white skunk cabbage, leaves. Dagmara was willing, and she was even interested to know about these forums and found them right away on her phone. There were a lot of people here today. Dagmara is the second person I talked to who was here for the first time, and neither of them was involved in the wedding.