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Wildflower Memory Garden in Cullman, AL

Southeastern Wildflowers The big blaze of black-eyed susans Olivia, age 4, planted as part of a Memory Garden.


Southeastern Wildflowers Olivia leading her little sister, Lily, down the garden path to pick their daily bouquet of flowers to remember their great grandparents. Southeastern Wildflowers Olivia in the garden she created. Southeastern Wildflowers Little 3-year old Lily
enjoying the flowers.

Remembering Olivia and Lily's Great Grandparents in Flowers.

When Mary and Bob Wittlock passed away, the whole Wittlock family decided to plant a garden in their memory.

Shrubs and trees were planted for each of the couple’s five children, 12 grandchildren, and three great grandchildren.

One great granddaughter, Olivia Wittlock, who is 4, planted wildflowers last fall, and this spring when she visited the garden, she was thrilled to see them in full bloom.

Olivia and her sister, Lily, age 3 enjoyed visiting the garden and picking bouquets every day on a visit this summer, each day remembering how they loved their great grandparents.

We really appreciate Kathy Wittlock for sharing these touching photos with all our members. The Wittlocks have created a really meaningful garden for a whole family, especially two beautiful little girls who are already gardeners!

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