Flowering moss

I came across this small cushion of flowering moss whilst tidying up the flower border.  It was perched in isolation on the stump of an old laburnum blown down during a gale a few years ago.  In size, the entire plant would comfortably sit in the palm of a hand, but its delicate details were perfectly formed  –  a miniature, magical grove.

Flowering moss

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  1. I remember, when I was a very small child, my mother repeatedly (because I liked it) reciting a poem that had a line ‘There are fairies at the bottom of our garden.’ I think I know where they lived!

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