Not quite like my view of a couple years ago…

At that time our frequent contributor “Andrew” wrote:

Quemadmodum vero tulipae, quae sub vesperam ingruentem se claudunt, sole illustri panduntur; ita virtus et eruditio, post Dei benedictionem, floret laetius.

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  1. acardnal says:

    Tulips are better than one!

  2. Random Friar says:

    I always think of tulips’ role in the first real economic crash market. The “Great Tulip Crash of 1637”, or “Tulipomania!”

  3. VexillaRegis says:

    sorry, but I’m reminded of the T.U.L.I.P. rule: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calvinism ;-)

  4. Faith says:

    Did you know that flowers were given names associated with Mary from medieval times? Hence, the name “Mary Gardens.” The name for the tulip is Our Lady’s Prayer. http://www.faithandflowers.com/marygardens.asp

  5. MaximusXVI says:

    wow, that is so neat, I had no idea about the Catholic origins of some of these plants. Isin’t being Catholic great? Thanks Fr. Z:)

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