This collection of chopped-up Harebells was picked up from where it lay strewn across the lawn - today was Trimmer Day again: an interval of four weeks, which the single tuft of blue bells in the S-weed domain had used to come back strongly since last having all its heads lopped off.
The space at the foot of the buildings is NOT a safe space for the S-weeds this summer - the side where the Harebell grows has been meticulously trimmed several times. At the same time, the opposite side of the same building has been neglected, to the benefit of Shepherd's-purse, Sow-thistle and Plantains. Evidently that side is off the beaten track for the Trimmer Man. Or else - I cannot help but imagine the mindset, where the destruction of something pretty gives the greater satisfaction... but this, of course, is nonsense.
He is only doing his job, no doubt in a cost-efficient way.