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I sahouldn't have done it - I know I shouldn't have done it - but... well... it mid rotation (21/2 weeks in, 2 1/2 weeks left) so that is always a slow tijme - up caught up - up to speed and not the pressure to cram all those other things into the few remaining days as the end time is so distant - still another 3 weeks to UK.
And I just finished reading a book about daffodils on my Kindle...
Daffodil: The remarkable story of the world's most popular spring Flower [Kindle Edition]
Noel Kingsbury (Author), Jo Whitworth (Photographer)
4.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
It was a good book - only downside was the pictures were black and white on my paper white Kindle.
Of course as soon as I read I was imagining Tipperty with yet more dozens and dozens of daffodils in the spring (I never knew that there were Autumn flowering daffodils) of types we don't have but - now - thanks to the wonders of the internet - will have ready to plant when I get home.
I rounded out the order with more apple trees as we had a good crop this year, a very hardy apricot tree - in my dreams I think - and a miniature peach tree. The peach is going to go in the greenhouse for a few years - or maybe up against the wall - - they only grow 6 foot tall so I can put against the back - in the corner and use up that space which is just too far to reach to. Or maybe I should get a greenhouse just for the peach trees. Now that would be some expensive fruit - we have to get a few thousand apricots off the tree to make it worth while.
Still - at least the apples might thrive in the coming mild winter.