Thomas Jefferson's Legacy in Gardening and Food
Climbers at Monticello
The China (Rose) Revolution
Greetings from the Thomas Jefferson Center for Historic Plants
The Site of The Vegetable Garden
The 1,000-foot long garden terrace served as both a source of food and an experimental laboratory.
* Please Note: The Trail will open at 9am Saturday, May 3, 2014 due to Montalto challenge 5K race traffic*
In his 2006 Twinleaf article, "Garden Weeds in the Age of Jefferson," Peter Hatch mentions that Thomas Jefferson considered poison ivy to be an ornamental plant, possibly because of its dramatic fall color.
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