Before Storm Katherine

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  1. Palustris

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    Please be safe!
     
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    It is blowing across the Channel as well.
     
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    Not supposed to start until tomorrow mid morning, but it is blowing a hooley out there now.
    As soon as the Paeonies blossom, the wind comes to wreck the flowers!
    Hope it is not too bad for you Sjoerd.
     
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    Sjoerd Mighty Oak

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    Cheers Palu— I will pop out to the lottie tomorrow to survey and transplant more beans. I wanted to go today, but it has just been too bad.
     
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    Sorry about the storm. If some of the peony’s are in bud maybe will bloom. These wind storms lately can really be dangerous just shred everything . Stay safe.
     
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    Natural disasters, of one type or another, come and go throughout life... In fact they diminish just as quickly as they came. So starting over afterwards, is something we shouldn't mind - Because it's part of life...

    In fact, please tell us what would you like from our parts of the world? When it'll all be over and you'll be rebuilding. Any seeds I can get you from my region/country? Anything exotic from anywhere else?
     
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    A bit of an anti-climax. The storm so far has done nothing more than bring down a few twigs and flatten some Daffodils. They keep giving these warnings about extreme weather and then nothing happens. Boy cries wolf scenario to me.
    Maybe it was worse further to the west, but not bad here.
    Thanks for the offer.
     
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