Just like the cherry blossoms in Washington, DC, the hanging nasturtium at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is a sign of spring in Boston! 

Twenty gloriously bright flowering nasturtium vines are on display in the museum courtyard until April 14th.  These striking orange blooms were a special favorite of founder Isabella Stewart Garnder.  Make a plan to visit and take in the beauty!  Reservations are strongly recommended. 

Over the following weeks, the museum staff will be sharing a peek behind the scenes at how these remarkable vines are nurtured and installed via their Instagram. Follow along!

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