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Thomas Jefferson’s Garden Book was the horticultural diary he kept for over 50 years. In 1944, editor Edwin Morris Betts combined the original diary with Jefferson’s other writings to form a comprehensive picture of gardening at Monticello.  It was republished into this 2012 version with an introduction by author Peter J. Hatch, who served as the Director of Grounds and Gardens at Monticello.

See the original manuscript and transcription of Jefferson’s Garden Book here.

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