growing in the gap between
Walker and walkers
Late October and a purple petunia plant is still blooming profusely in a crevice between a granite wall and a concrete sidewalk, literally stuck between a rock and a hard place. But I don't hear it complaining. Somehow, in spite of its accidental sprouting in such a restricted space, the fragile, fragrant blossoms are flourishing, tucked up against the Walker wall, safe from passing feet.