Sunday, February 03, 2008

Grave thoughts

I don't think I've put this up before - if I have I can't find it.

Pearson's grave

This is the grave of the first director of Kirstenbosch botanic gardens in Cape Town - its in a lovely grove of Cedrus atlantica glauca in a beautiful spot. The cedars were a gift from RBG Kew.

Pearson's grave

The inscription at the bottom reads "if ye seek his monument look around". Nice thought, stunning monument.

Bird's spring source

2 comments:

Jim/ArtofGardening said...

It must be grave week. Check out my post from Feb 1. Cemeteries are a great place to check out plants, trees and "ornaments."

I like the quote. I'll have to think of something profound for my own marker. Although that'd be a tough quote to beat.

JLB said...

Wish we could all be so lucky as to find ourselves in a resting place as beautiful as this! I agree - really nice inscription.