Give Now

Posts tagged Thomas Jefferson

April 4, 2013


This nineteenth-century engraved view show the West Wing Colonnade, designed by Thomas Jefferson and architect Benjamin Henry Latrobe.

The Early White House, 1800-1809

When John Adams moved from Philadelphia to the White House, the building was still under construction and there was no sign of a garden.

March 21, 2013


Monticello gardens.

Beautiful, Yet Practical

Thomas Jefferson's gardens at Monticello combined the beautiful with the practical.

April 9, 2009


Heirloom Plants

Heirloom plants and flowers have historical significance because of their seeds are handed down across successive generations of gardeners.

April 5, 2007


The Cruelest Month

April is known as the cruelest month due to the erratic weather and the possibility for freezing temperatures to creep back in and injure new plants.

Stay Connected

What is RSS? RSS makes it possible to subscribe to a website's updates instead of visiting it by delivering new posts to your RSS reader automatically. Choose to receive some or all of the updates from Focus on Flowers:

Support For Indiana Public Media Comes From

About Focus on Flowers

About The Host

Search Focus on Flowers

Focus on Flowers on Flickr