Unique Features of the Grounds
Jefferson designed the Monticello Grove to be an ornamental forest where he and his guests could visit his "pet trees."
Trees were perhaps Jefferson's favorite plants, and he grew a wide variety at Monticello.
The Roundabouts encircled the Monticello Mountain and, with connecting roads, created an easier approach to the top.
Jefferson tried a variety of common and ambitious methods to protect his gardens.