They're all done in the same way - a double gold thread, closely couched with a single strand of embroidery cotton - and all the remaining stems to the left of the panel will be couched using Madeira 1410. I started with a single pearlwort:
I'm not keen on the bend in this as I think it looks a bit awkward, but it's actually pretty close to the line on the design, so I'll claim it was meant to be like that!
The pearlwort has a couple of tendrils round it:
As does the top fern:
And between the foxglove and a fern:
The wood avens in the centre have their stems:
And so do the little pearlworts:
There are a few tendrils too, giving quite a complex tangle of goldwork:
Here's the left section, with all the couched gold stems and tendrils in place:
And as ever, here's all work so far:
It's really coming together now, isn't it!