One sunny afternoon, whilst relaxing in my garden, I spotted a moth resting on a leaf. It's jade green wings were so well camouflaged against the plant that it was hard to see. It occurred to me that if faeries were to live in urban gardens, then they would find a way to camouflage themselves too. This tiny Gothic faerie is hiding in a patch of clover. I don't blame her, I always loved clover! So, before you rake up that clover from your lawn, think of the tiny creatures (including faeries) that may call it home. Anyway, I think those colourful little flowers make a wonderful addition to the garden.
The original painting is currently available at johards.com
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