Liminal is a work that looks at the urban built environment and how wild plants quickly thrive in this apparently hostile environments. In spaces neglected, derelict or not designed to accommodate plant life, such organisms come and seek to flourish. They often go unnoticed or are deemed a nuance and removed, deemed as intrusions to the urban space. It is here that they feature in the liminal spaces around the urban form. This work explores a large open car park at the bottom of king street in Glasgow, and uses the border and boundary of this space to survey plant life that has invaded a space hostile to its very nature.