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Lily Fox-Bruguiere

In my family, when it comes to plants named after people, we can't help but speak about them as if they are people too. Someone might ask, "What kind of clematis is that there?" and my mom would answer, "Oh, that's Nelly Moser, she's such a refined and dependable lady." Nelly Moser, the clematis...MORE »

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Farm and Gardens
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Monticello

Watch Rep. John Lewis's speech at Monticello and the entire 272nd commemoration of Jefferson's birthday.
 

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Crystal Ptacek

An unusually cold and snowy winter has not deterred Monticello'...MORE »

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Archaeology, Mountaintop Project
Author: 
Gardiner Hallock
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Anna Berkes

Some time ago, while rooting around in the archives (...MORE »

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A Summary View
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Monticello
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Diane Ehrenpreis

People today often forget how flexible rooms were in the past....MORE »

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Monticello


The Huffington Post and Southern...MORE »

Author: 
monticello

I feel the tomato is the most generous plant of the summer. It always amazes me at how much product can come from a seed the size of a pencil head!

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Blog Categories: 
Farm and Gardens
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Gardiner Hallock

Monticello visitors are experiencing a once-in-a-lifetime event...MORE »

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Mountaintop Project

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