Featured in VERANDA magazine! In an 1807 letter to his granddaughter, Ann Carey Randolph, Thomas Jefferson sketched his idea for a winding walk bordered by planting beds to provide "abundant room for a great variety" of flowers at Monticello. This seed collection provides "a great variety" of native and exotic annuals and perennials, many of them grown by Jefferson, for cutting and bringing your garden indoors. Included is a mix of "face", "filler", and "spike" flowers, some with interesting seedpods and foliage, perfect for fresh and dried floral arrangements.
This seed collection, packaged in a collectable tin, includes the following ten seeds: