Nothing but a limestone wall and a hay meadow winter-grazed by Herdwicks to bring forth lady's smock, then yellow rattle and diverse flowers. The high wall is a nursery of ferns, of toadflax and Herb Robert. And overnight comes a profusion of the tiny white flowers of rue-leaved saxifrage. Rare on Scout Scar, it thrives atop a wall on Queen's Road overlooking blossoming trees in an old orchard and the fells beyond. A precious place off a busy road where Nature thrives. Queen's Place and Queen's Road, named for Catherine Parr whose family were castellans at Kendal. But for Coronation Day I think Rue-leaved Saxifrage is fit for Queen Camilla.