Are we set for an Indian Summer? This is Campsis x tagliabuana 'Indian Summer' and it really will flower all summer long - coping well with dry conditions and even heavy clay soils. Campsis is often overlooked in favour of clematis when it comes to climbers, but it's a fantastic choice for a sheltered spot in the garden. It grows fast and is pretty vigorous without being invasive. And once those big, exotic trumpet flowers start to burst open, you'll be so glad you planted it! Great for clambering over a shed or fence 😂 Why not try one?⠀
Image credit: Visions BV, Netherlands
Beauty can be defined as a quality in someone or something that makes it attractive and interesting in our eyes. The famous English saying goes, “Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder.” Beauty is a quality that makes us feel a sense of pleasure and appreciation.
As it solely depends on how ‘WE’ see beauty, there can never be an external standard of beauty.
Often when we standardize the norms of beauty, we create unhealthy comparison, competition and jealousy among people.
Beauty is not at all about outward appearance, but deeper human qualities, like kindness, compassion and so on.
Nature teaches us that beauty is hidden in everything, including hard rocks and wild weeds.
Beauty inspires creativity and art in human beings.
Beauty is present in every human. We just need to look deeper for it.