Plant Ecology book arrived recently. It's pretty colossal and has plant ecology covered. 540 pages of in-depth plant ecology, covering individual physiological stresses to community distribution, to global ecological patterns, paleoecology, climate change and so forth. Will take some time to read, but looks very in-depth. Quite a lot of the subjects I already understand, but this goes into degree level detail, which is good, especially with statistical analysis and formulae. I'm sure I'll struggle with the formulas as I find basic math difficult and most likely has dycalculia, but I'll slowly get my head around it I hope.
Another thing I've been doing. So regrettably I never took biology or chemistry or any other science at school for that matter, instead spending my time on useless computer skills... However, I've just acquired a very entry level microscope and I have to say I'm thoroughly enjoying seeing the structures about which I've been reading up close and personal. Even though it's a very weak digital microscope and more akin to just a macro zoom on a camera, I'm just fascinated by it. Geranium robertianum here showing stigma and stamen.
I'm also continuing with drawing and will post here soon.