Thomas Jefferson surrounded his home at Monticello with oval beds and long borders bursting with "handsome plants or fragrant." Cottage gardens are often abundant displays of colorful, fragrant plants gathered in informal, naturalistic settings. This seed collection of old-fashioned garden favorites includes a mix of spring and summer-blooming annuals, biennials, and perennials, many of them grown by Jefferson in his flower garden at Monticello.
This seed collection, packaged in a collectable tin, includes the following ten seeds:
Nora Barlow Columbine
Painted Lady Sweet Pea
Small Yellow Foxglove