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Lily Fox-Bruguiere

Thomas Jefferson, planter of 330 different vegetable varieties and celebrated today as “America’s first foodie,” was also passionate about growing ornamental flowering plants, both native and exotic, in the gardens at Monticello. Writing to his granddaughter, Ann Cary Randolph, from Washington...MORE »

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Farm and Gardens
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Monticello will remain open and operate as usual in the event of a federal shutdown this October 2013.

Monticello is owned and operated by the Thomas Jefferson Foundation, Inc., a private, nonprofit organization that receives...MORE »

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Visiting Monticello
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Christa Dierksheide

Slavery’s definition is also its...MORE »

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Benjamin Whitacre

As a gentleman farmer, Thomas Jefferson was among the most forward thinking of his peers – he grew fruit trees grafted onto dwarfing rootstock, championed native species, imported European varieties, commissioned the Lewis and Clark Expedition for flora, and was...MORE »

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