An old woman makes her way through her little plot of land in a buggy. With words and objects, she tells and reinvents the cycle of the seasons, and the cycle of life. In her imaginary garden, babies are born from apple seeds, and the roses are dressed in ballgowns. An eerily gentle puppet unravels life by plucking the petals from a daisy, and re-enchanting the little plot of land to make it into a marvellous garden. To curious passers-by, the old woman offers a seed in a pot of soil. Part fairy and part witch, she knows: “to make anything at all, one needs a flower”. Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring accompanies her as she lurches along, giving this joyous, moving and mysterious moment an air of ritual.