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  • Yolanda Murillo Hicks

    * The Kitchen Garden at Thomas Jefferson's Monticello (My dream garden)

  • Deena Millett

    I've always been inspired by the kitchen garden at Monticello. Over a long career, Thomas Jefferson directed the cultivation of one of the grandest vegetable gardens in the world — a two-acre, 1,000-foot-long plateau below his Palladian palace, Monticello, in Virginia.

  • Laura Stockett Roberts

    The Kitchen Garden at Monticello The vegetable garden... " I have lived temperately, eating little animal food, and that ... as a condiment for the vegetables, which constitute my principle diet." - Jefferson to Vine Utley, 1819. image and quote from the The Gardens of Monticello by Peter J. Hatch. http://gardenrooms.typepad.com/garden_rooms/2008/11/the-kitchen-garden-at-monticello.html#

  • oli

    The Kitchen Garden at Monticello. nerdily enough thomas jefferson's gardens are among my favorite places on earth.

  • Webster & Company

    The Kitchen Garden at Monticello. #farm #garden #grow #vegetables

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"The man who has planted a garden feels that he has done something for the good of the world." Vita Sackeille-West

The vegetable garden... " I have lived temperately, eating little animal food, and that ... as a condiment for the vegetables, which constitute my principle diet." - Jefferson to Vine Utley, 1819. image and quote from the The Gardens of Monticello by Peter J. Hatch.

Sea Kale was grown in the early colonial garden.

What a pumpkin patch! I aspire for mine to look a little something like this!

adjacent Monticello vegetable garden {I should start a new board dedicated to 'the view'} My dream home in heaven will have a view from every window.

Who needs plants with this great container!

Straight from my dreams...Kikusakura is a sort of Cherry blossoms.It has about 100~200 petals. At Kenroku-en Garden,Kenroku-en is considered one of the Three Great Gardens of Japan, photo by Lillakanarie

Even in the depths of Winter with snow on the ground - topiary still looks fantastic!