The snow hasn't melted yet, but I didn't think it would get in the way of these pictures. For the side of the rectory that is facing the busier street, I plan on planting some butterfly bushes to entertain the cats, and maybe some more of those other bushes that are near the door, I think it is either azalea or rhododendron. We definitely want to break up the white on that side of the building. A climbing vine would be nice if we can get it to climb the rectory without doing damage to the building, of course. The brick structure used to be a sign. Now we only use it for statues, but we would like to have some vines climbing the brick and the wood back. Last year, I planted Tulips and Easter Lilies in the front of it, and in the planter in the back (facing the rectory) I tried many various plants, I borrowed some vine clippings from a friend, tried sweet peas, and also some Clematis. I don't know what I will have come springtime. I will take pictures when some things, if anything, starts poking through. Also, around the bottoms of the Cedars, I planted some Lily of the Valley that my cousin was going to throw away because it was taking over her yard. I don't know if they took the transplant well, but we will see. I will try to show what I mean when I get pictures of the church, but I am hoping to plant some Winter Jasmine near the porch and train it through the railing. I figured the green would break up the white nicely, and the yellow flowers in the winter would be a nice surprise for people.