The mornings when the rising sun pushes aside dense fog with all its might are one of the most beautiful things about autumn for us. Everything is wrapped in this dull yet glittering light. A magical moment. Just as unplannable and unpredictable as the wild jumble of flowers that we could never have arranged so beautifully. We love it when our planting plans, which look so accurate on paper, turn into a colourful, unexpected, obstinate coexistence in the course of the season. That's nature! Wildly seeded white nasturtiums meander between the snapdragons. Fallen cosmos nestle against the chrysanthemums in the neighbouring bed. Korean mint and bronze fennel peep out unplanned everywhere, and perhaps we should put a stop to their seed growth.