Discussion in 'Garden Visits and Flower Shows' started by Petronius, Nov 26, 2018.
Beautiful selection mate and especially the mixture colour on a plant.
Thomas Jefferson grew Fritillaries in his oval planting beds at Monticello.
Now that's adorable mate but the red one caught my eye first to show it's beauty...it's like an upside down plant
Thomas Jefferson had Oleanders.
Not for me sorry
Thomas Jefferson had Double Flowered European Columbine at Monticello.
@Petronius that's a few dull plant in colour unless it's my colour blindness
Thomas Jefferson received a yearly shipment of as many as 700 species of seeds from the Jardin des Plantes in Paris, France.
Thomas Jefferson had Joseph's Coat in his gardens.
My mom has bought seeds from Monticello including an oak of some sort. My sister lives in Charlottseville, VA and we try to go every time we visit.
Lovely coloured plant
Thomas Jefferson recorded planting the Cardinal Flower in one of the oval flower beds in 1807.
Not for me Petronius sorry but you do had some people links...i'm with pinterest but never go on
More red poppies at Monticello
@Petronius my husband& I visited Monticello lady winter. It was a great trip and our docent was very well informed. I would even consider going again.
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