Father Blanco’s Garden
Outside the San Agustin Museum is a little garden called Fr. Blanco’s Garden. This garden was named after Fr. Manuel Blanco who is considered the father of Philippine botany. He was the first to compile a list of Philippine flora. There is a statue off to the side of the garden dedicated to him, of course with his potted plant in hand. The ruins by the garden seemed to have been turned into the parish hall. Although the new building is much more usable, the old ruins are now forever lost.