Thursday, April 21, 2011

St. Fiacre's Garden

We sometimes call St. Fiacre, St. Fiasco in our garden.  He has gotten moved around and repositioned.  It is a wonder he has survived.  I wrote about him reappearing in the garden after the February 2010 two foot snow in a post called He's Baaack!  The purple flower is a lovely little primula my master gardening friend, Lyn gave us!  Look Lyn, it's still blooming.  I also forgot to mention a pincushion flower has returned!  I know some of you are thinking she should be able to grow pincushion flowers.  No, I killed them every single year I planted them.  Now I have found a place to grow them!  Yippee!  I'm going to make this post short today.  Hope you had a great day wherever you may be.  Talk to you later.

6 comments:

Carol said...

Lovely statue and I really love the purple blooms. It's cold here again today...burrr.... I'm tired of cold weather. I think I've said that before :)

Terra said...

I like your St. Fiacre statue. I have a statue of Mary in our garden.

PeggyR said...

He is delightful. We have one hanging on the fence.

lemonverbenalady said...

Like a broken record, Carol and now the spring rains have started here! Thanks as always for your comments!

Actually I have a statute called Mary in my herb garden and I'll have a story about that coming up, Terra.

Thanks Peggy! I think I remember that from your blog.

Thanks ladies for stopping by.

Mina said...

I love your St. Fiacre, (St. Fiasco) statue. Perhaps he is helping to coach the beautiful primula into bloom. Have a wonderful weekend!

lemonverbenalady said...

Thanks Mina and hope your weekend is good as well.