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Create beautiful sachets using leaves and other natural materials gathered at Monticello in this hands-on workshop led by Swedish, created artist and designer Lotta Helleberg. The leaves act as printing plates when coated with water-based inks and pressed onto fabric. These unique impressions,...
The 'Plant Search' tab can be used to see what's currently in bloom, and data on previous blooming seasons at Monticello. The 'Plant Map' tab can be used to see the locations of all the plants at Monticello. Bring up the 'Plant Map' tab on your mobile phone to see real-time tracking of your...
The Thomas Jefferson Parkway was developed by the Thomas Jefferson Foundation to create a scenic entrance along Route 53 to Monticello. The Parkway also serves as a recreational and educational resource for visitors and as a pedestrian and cycling link between Monticello and the local community...
The Site of The Vegetable Garden The 1,000-foot long garden terrace served as both a source of food and an experimental laboratory. Jefferson: The Scientist & Gardener Jefferson grew 330 varieties of more than 70 different species of vegetables, precisely recording the details of their growth...
2010 Thomas Jefferson's Legacy in Gardening and Food Climbers at Monticello The China (Rose) Revolution Greetings from the Thomas Jefferson Center for Historic Plants

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