Self-sown seeds


My garden is untidy and less productive than I’d like it to be, but I do what I can and enjoy its unexpected beauties. When you leave things to get on by themselves there are lovely surprises – aquilegia, evening primroses, nigella, forget-me-nots and violas have all appeared from wind or bird-borne seed. Nearly all my flowering annuals are self-sown nowadays and they are just as beautiful as the things I plant myself.

I think it might be a good idea to apply my attitude to gardening to life in general…

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