On the border between Nonsuch and Cheam Park, some kind-hearted soul has decided to create a wildflower meadow. I stood mesmerised by the sympathetic and frankly exciting mixture that had been chosen - Corn Chamomile, Cornflower, Corncockle, Corn Marigold - all that was missing was Corncrake!
This is how I imagine all field edges appeared when John Ray wandered the countryside in the late 17th century. Simply stunning.
|Cornflower - the colour of summer skies...|
|...with the sun in the middle, courtesy of Corn Marigold|