Just the stems and tendrils to add on the right now - that might not sound like much, but it's still quite a bit of work.
So here we go - the upper fern:
The lower one:
And the last one, on the far right of the panel:
The wood avens' stems:
Then the stems for the pearlworts:
And a couple of extra tendrils:
Then the stems for the two final flowers:
And the last couple of tendrils:
And that's it! That's the whole right section finished:
In fact, that's the whole panel finished:
With no more stitching to do, I can remove the tacking stitches forming the grid, leaving the embroidered flowers on their own:
I'm pleased with it - I think it looks good. I'm particularly happy with the way the foxgloves have turned out, I think.
I'm logging all the time I spend on the project in a spreadsheet, and after adding it all up, I can tell you that this panel took 177.5 hours to complete. I also have a schedule for all this, and unfortunately I went over my (self-imposed) deadline by a week. I've got some time off work soon, though, so I should be able to catch up again.
Just two more to do...