Scotland small? is a poem by Hugh MacDiarmid.
In the poem MacDiarmid explains how people who see Scotland as small or uninteresting are not looking hard enough:
Scotland small? Our multiform, our infinite Scotland small?
Only as a patch of hillside may be a cliché corner
To a fool who cries ‘Nothing but heather!’ where in September another
Sitting there and resting and gazing around
Sees not only the heather but blueberries…
You can read the whole poem at ‘Scotland small?’ Scottish Poetry Library
The Biggies have created pages about some of the Scottish wild flowers mentioned in the poem: