Flowers and plants are amazingly persistent, and sometimes bloom from rocks and walls where it's hard for us to see any sources of nutrition! It's said that one particular little flower, aptly called London Pride (a member of the saxifrage family) rapidly colonised the bomb sites caused by the Blitz, and became a symbol of the Londoners' resilience. Noel Coward even wrote a song which referred to it – and I made a quilt called London Pride for my book 'Glimpses of Britain'.
This is part of my Rockery Garden collection, and you'll find loads more designs featuring flowers in the Enchanted Garden, Garland and Garden Path collections, as well as dotted around in my main shop.
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