A sign in the gardens at the Chateau de Villandry stated that a very important element in a Renaissance garden is a naturally-covered walkway.  I’m sure it was to keep the sun off of the women’s faces back at a time that alabaster skin was very desirable and not just a curse I live with.  Some gardens have climbing rose- or ivy-covered walkways.  At the Chateau de Villandry, they are covered with grape vines.

And with this post, I will stop gushing about how much I loved the gardens at Chateau de Villandry.  Only because it’s time to move on to some other castles…

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  1. Wish I had the space to do something like this in my garden. 🙂

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  2. Mmmm that makes wine! HAHAHA 😉

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Shutterbug Sage began as a 365 photo project.

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