Lots of leaves have emerged since the last Foliage Follow-Up.
The pomegranate leaves weren't out at all a month ago, but they're mostly green already.
The citrus trees are adding to what made it through winter. Our Ujukitsu lemon is winning so far:
And our new roses seem to love their new home. In addition to the Reine des Violettes in my Bloom Day post, we have a new fortuniana, now also in bud.
Our prickly pear, which I think is an Opuntia engelmannii, shriveled up during the winter but is "turgiding" back up again. You can see where the folds were while it was temporarily crumpled.
Wade at Yucca Do explained to me that many cacti expel most of their fluid before they go dormant to help them survive freezing temps.