The rain continues, but there are some beautiful flowering gingers in the Gardens. This native Crepe Ginger is very unco-operative, the white flower is facing the wrong way and I couldn't get a better photo.
This is another native with a very complicated Latin name, but commonly called Back Scratcher ginger.
This orange Beehive Ginger is exotic, but gorgeous.
I love the way the flowers of this native Daphne grow straight out of the trunk of the tree - they smell beautiful too.
The wet weather has brought out all the fungi, including this lace fungi with its pretty skirt.
The fernery is looking very lush - at least the weather is good for some things.
It seems awful to be complaining about rain after all the droughts, but sometimes there is too much of a good thing!