Thursday, May 31, 2012

Our Visitation Garden

Our Mary Garden is flowering in time for the Feast of the Visitation, Isabella Maria's feast day.
Last year, I planted a couple of wildflower daisies, and they took over with rampant blooms, and a beautiful blue clematis vine took over the trellis behind Our Lady. I never planted clematis, in fact I spent nearly a decade trying to grow one on Long Island, with a paltry two or three flowers. Suddenly, there are a dozen big blue flowers behind Our Lady from a vine I never planted.
I suppose Our Lady figured my garden needed a little help from above!
This is the same garden you see in the blog header above, where there was nothing but grass.

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