As the days crisp up,

the old guy next door begins his endless bonfires of damp leaves

and the sun sinks lower,

the appearance, big time, of the border daisies is a poignant reminder of all we are losing.

The real, reason for showing you this collection was:



Sometimes humility wins through.

¬†Erigeron ‘Profusion’/mucronatus/karvinskianus ( call it what you will!)

grows where very few other things have grown:

in a crack between the bottom of the garden wall and the paving, outside the door of the city studio. It faces North and gets only a smidgin of sun from the west on summer evenings: (more…)