Because they could be shipped easily, Tulips, Anemones and hyacinths were plentiful in the gardens. Tulips are mentioned the most in Jefferson's garden book, planted in 1807 from Europe.
winding flower walk on west lawn
flower beds at house
beautiful view of mountains from Monticello
Fish caught in the river were kept in this pond til ready for use
Rosemary and other herbs on left side of walkway
I couldn't help but notice the huge tree - gorgeous
flowers planted on grave bloomingThere is so much to see and learn at Monticello.