Isabella Stewart Gardner began the annual tradition of hanging colorful displays of nasturtium vines that cascaded from the Courtyard balconies at Fenway. The vines continue to come alive during the week before Easter as the Gardner Museum celebrates the arrival of spring.16 x 6 x 12 inches
Cascades of blossoming nasturtium vines make their brief but dramatic appearance above the Courtyard, celebrating the arrival of spring at the Gardner Museum.
The annual Hanging Nasturtiums display continues an annual tradition started by Isabella Stewart Gardner during the week before Easter, marking the valiant return of color to The Fenway.
2 x 1.5 inches with a 1 inch ring
These sleek wallets are the perfect new addition to your on-the-go bag. With a kiss love clasp, these eye-catching accordion-style credit card holders are easy to open and close.
Holds up to 10 credit cards
4.75 3.0 x 1.0 inches
Go green Gardner style with this marvelous canvas quote, featuring Mrs. Gardner's favored nasturtium flowers. In a letter to Bernard Berenson, Mrs. Gardner referenced the flora growing at the Gardner’s Brookline estate Green Hill, which Jack Gardner inherited from his father in 1884. Here, Mrs. Gardner continued to cultivate her lifelong love of horticulture. The spirit of Mrs. Gardner’s passion for plants blooms perennially in the Courtyard and throughout her Museum.
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