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  1. Rebecca says:

    Anna, I have always wanted to visit Monticello. Thank you for the fabulous photo tour! I have family in Va but have never taken the time to go there. Now I know I MUST plan a trip on my next visit there. Great photos! Last winter I was in Mount Vernon and purchased some seeds for the Love Lies Bleeding Plant, shown in several of your photos. Mine were beautiful this summer. I hope it winters over in Georgia.

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  2. Catherine says:

    That was very interesting. What a dream to be able to have that much space to garden in. I’d love to see it in person someday.

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  3. Darla says:

    So wonderful to learn these things…I love the trellis’ and tripods!

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  4. Janet says:

    Jefferson was an amazing man– from agriculture to architecture to governance, just amazing.

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  5. I was there in the winter and there was nothing planted. Just empty ground. It’s amazing to see the difference. Another beautiful slide show.

    I find Jefferson to be really intriguing. He was way ahead of his times in so many of his opinions and attitudes. A brilliant man.

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  6. I want to go!!!!
    It makes my garden and garden records look really shabby .
    Something to strive for.

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  7. cherry says:

    isn’t this wonderful
    thanks for sharing hugs, Cherry

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