Mary Gardens have their roots in a spiritual imagination that recognizes the divine throughout creation. During the medieval Age of Faith, rural Christians bestowed names upon flowers and plants to symbolically represent Mary, the Mother of God, as well as the life of Christ, the saints and the liturgical year.
BE WHO GOD MEANT YOU TO BE AND YOU WILL SET THE WORLD ON FIRE. - ST. CATHERINE OF SIENA
Here at Rose Harrington, we aim to make it so you never forget that. Thank you for inviting us into your beautiful heart and home.
I could follow the Son of God humbling himself through Obedient plant for the Finding in the Temple, sacrificing himself through the spotted petals of Christ's Bloody Knees (Tigridia) and reigning triumphant through the pure white of the Resurrection Lily.