I'm afraid this blog is turning rather horticultural.
Anyway, the Cloisters medieval physick garden is a delight of dappled cowslip and woodruff...
... with a few timid violets to mimic the background of the Unicorn tapestries.
Ajuga and a mysterious larger-leafed plant. Julia Fogg please advise. (The quince notice refers to the tree!)
Herewith the said quince tree and a wonderful woven wicket fence.
Such lovely tiny birds and butterflies and a rooster in the margins of a manuscript.
The wise men being ignored by visitors.
This last picture just put in as a great contrast. The railyards from 11th Avenue at about 33rd Street.
The only echo is the complexity of design.