Plants adapt themselves to the living conditions surrounding them. They develop - due to the technical necessities of survival - what we perceive to be beautiful.
Does, in conclusion, all necessity can possess a certain kind of beauty? What forms of beauty does my own inner necessity drive me to look for?
A plant, genetically, is programmed in a way
to allow it to grow and survive in its own special surroundings.
But what, however, happens when the seed of a plant is blown away into an area the plant is not suitable for?
Maybe it will not be able to develop and grow -
but it may also adapt itself to its new environment...
Jessica von Helmolt, 2008