Larissa's Russian Beauty

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Larisa is sending to England.
Very simple. In an envelope with an air layer. I sent as a small package to get the track number. The package was delivered successfully.

In the spring I received the seeds of Neem from Mexico. Also in the envelope. I was shocked when I saw "seeds for decor" in the declaration !!! I would not risk sending a package with such a declaration. But the customs of the two countries allowed.

Now the young Neem trees decorate my windowsill. :D
 

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@catjac1975 Guess what arrived in the mail this morning:celebrate. Thanks a bunch, will be sharing with @Poppa T who is basking in the sun with his lovely wife, sipping wine in southern France? right now. I'll wait a couple of weeks and then slip a few of the Larisa's Russian Beautys in the mail to him. Thanks again, I'm really looking forward to growing these next year, they look mouth watering :drool. If there is anything I can send you just let me know.

Annette
 

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I got mine! Waiting. On. Spring.

I really need to move a mountain of mulch, cut down those two oak trees, clear out all those green briars, dig out the stumps and erect the greenhouse hoops we bought over a year ago..........right after we finish the feed and tack room, the tool house, clear out and organize the saddles and horse stuff, chicken stuff, all the tools, build out a better sheep shed, working pens and a loading chute, tractor shed, sigh...........
 

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I got mine! Waiting. On. Spring.

I really need to move a mountain of mulch, cut down those two oak trees, clear out all those green briars, dig out the stumps and erect the greenhouse hoops we bought over a year ago..........right after we finish the feed and tack room, the tool house, clear out and organize the saddles and horse stuff, chicken stuff, all the tools, build out a better sheep shed, working pens and a loading chute, tractor shed, sigh...........
Just reading this I think I need to go back to bed for a nap, I'm all tuckered out :old.

Annette
 

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Here is one of thousands of clusters of "Larisa's Russian Beauty" tomatoes. The sweetest tomatoes that you could ever taste.
Truer words were never spoken, hubby picked the first vine ripened ones yesterday (2), one never made it into the house I'm surprised he actually offered the other one to me knowing his sweet tooth. I've had other sweet cherries but this one has beat everything I've had so far. Thanks @catjac1975 for the seed and a big thank you to @Larisa for sending this amazing variety across the pond.

Annette
 
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