I’m not sure what to say about this, just watch and you’ll know why….
There are no words, just tears. 😦
I quite agree, but I felt I must share it with you.
Oh Claire I don’t know what to say either. I’ve just been and harvested a truck load of stuff and I suppose at this time of year we almost take it for granted. I just hope that poor boy finds some peace.
It’s heart wrenching to watch, and the son is so distraught at the end. I to hope that he finds some peace and maybe once everything is calm again he can open another garden centre in memory of his father. I love the way that they use cans for plant pots.
Claire, didn’t see that coming. Very sad. I’ll never be upset because my garden isn’t weed free again.
It’s just so sad in the end. His son is so distraught!!
What a cruel place the world can be at times. Joy is but a fleeting moment but all the more to be savoured. The power of plants in all their shapes and forms unites us all.
Just one flower can bring a smile to anyones face however they’re feeling at the time. It was a little oasis in the middle of all that chaos and now it’s gone.
Very true sentiment. Your heart goes out to his son.
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