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“A Rich Spot of Earth” Thomas Jefferson’s Revolutionary Garden
In celebration of Historic Garden Week and the beautiful plants that populate Monticello during the...More >>
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Monticello’s North Octagon Room
How do you accurately restore a wall paint that has been missing for over 170 years? This is a...More >>
What We're Reading: Jefferson’s Shadow: The Story of His Science What author could more effectively...More >>
Monticello and HISTORY ® invite teachers and their students, K-12, to participate in a digital art-...More >>
Monticello’s Cobalt Blue Ruffled Pitcher is featured in the April 2013 House Beautiful feature "The...More >>
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Food and drink
Pruning a Double Musk Rose in early March.
Are you looking for ways to get back in the garden again after a long, cold winter spent indoors?...More >>
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Gardens
Winter at Monticello brings with it a solitary, clear beauty, with vistas that stretch for miles...More >>
Salad made from greens grown at Monticello awaits dressing
A classic viniagrette seems a likely staple at Monticello's table. From Dining at Monticello ,...More >>
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Since 1976, every U.S. president has officially designated the month of February as Black History...More >>
2012 Liberty Today Talented Teacher's Forum participants
Here at Monticello we have fantastic programs and resources for students and teachers . However,...More >>

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