9 January 2012

Fading hollyhocks

The garden by the office at the south-east end of Teddington Lock are manicured, regimented and tidy which contrasts with the ad hoc arrangement of hollyhocks at the north-west end, beyond the barrier that keeps visitors safe from the river, that almost convinces you that they arrived their naturally.

Even as the year turns some of the flowers remain defiantly colourful while on other plants it is the leaves that choose to show off.

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