Jefferson loved roses and planted several varieties around his home. Today, beautiful 18th- and early 19th-century heirloom roses brighten Monticello’s flowerbeds. Bold color photos decorate these folded note cards, with histories of each variety on the back. The roses were photographed at Tufton Farm Nursery, headquarters of the Thomas Jefferson Center for Historic Plants. Sixteen 5" x 7" cards—two each of eight images—with matching envelopes. Printed in the USA.