Aeoniums grow wild and huge over the Isles of Scilly, which lie 26 miles off the south west tip of the UK. Frosts rarely occur here which allows subtropical plants to thrive. These aeoniums were growing out of a stone wall at the Abbey Gardens on the Isle of Tresco.
This painting was a gift to my flame-haired nephew, whose totem animal is a red fox, and is shown here for your viewing pleasure.
Prints of it, in a size and format of your choice are available from here:
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I spotted a big brown hare in a field margin just outside our village. I'd gone out to admire the hawthorn blossom and cow parsley in the verges, but this lovely creature made my day!
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I also have greetings cards of this painting.