A Pollination is a coincidental collection of propagules that seek their moment of propagation.
A particular form of Pollination can be found beneath pavements: as blossom dust and seeds are carried by wind, people, vehicles and bicycles, they fall from wheels, fur and shoes, and accumulate to form gigantic pollen populations in dry and dark urban tunnels, underpasses and canalisation systems.
Pollinations are heterotopias, microcosms of different plants carried into a place where they exist and yet don’t exist. It is a state that awaits its time to be washed out and explode in a surprising spring.
From Beneath the Pavement: A Garden