lilylouise wrote (see)
Those apples look a lot nicer than mine. It was dull and drizzling yesterday so I didn't take any pics. But I'll take some today.
Enjoyed ITT after tea. So we've got an SCD fix every evening till C********. Louis Smith spoke very sensibly and made a good impression.
Also enjoyed Secrets of Our Living Planet. It's been shown before. Last night's episode was about deciduous wodlands, which is what England used to be. The program explained the crucial role of mycorrhizal fungi which actually connect all the trees together, and feed the trees. The squirrels help to disperse the fungi by picking the fruits and moving them around. And lots more. It was fascinating.
An innovative garden statue, made by Damien Hirst, was featured on Sky News this morning. Not to everyone's taste but highly original. This is the Daily Mail version: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2214616/The-Belly-South-Bumpy-reception-seaside-town-Hirsts-disgusting-65ft-pregnant-woman.html