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Winding Walk on Monticello's West Lawn Vegetable Garden Pavillion

Vegetable Garden Terrace Wall from the South Orchard Monticello Grove (Northwest side of Monticello Mountain)

Obelisk Marker of Jefferson's GraveNorthwest Vineyard

Mulberry Row Monticello Mountain from the South

West Lawn with Tulips

 

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by Chad
A couple of years ago, while I was on my way up to a meeting at Monticello, I was walking by one of my favorite blooming trees, the Mimosa Tree, and saw a woman lying on her back motionless with her...More >>
Working at The Thomas Jefferson Center for Historic Plants would probably be a dream job for almost any horticulturalist; it certainly is for me. I love being a part of an organization that preserves...More >>
Peter Onuf of Robert H. Smith ICJS & University of Virginia
The Men Who Lost America: British Leadership, the American Revolution, and the Fate of Empire . New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2013. Andrew O’Shaughnessy offers a provocative account of...More >>
“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 spring months, Brian Hartsock, Operating Manager for the Thomas Jefferson Center for Historic...More >>
Maintaining your garden in the summer months can require serious determination and stamina, especially here in Virginia where the high temperatures, humidity, mosquitos, ticks, and chiggers conspire...More >>

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