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The Fruits and Fruit Trees of Monticello   $14.95
Anyone who has toured Monticello during the spring and summer months has seen the extensive fruit gardens that are as much a part of Thomas Jefferson's legacy as his seven-day clock and dumbwaiter. Cultivating over 170 varieties of temperate fruits, Jefferson was an ambitious and devoted gardener whose surviving horticultural plans are among the most detailed of the period. Since 1982 Jefferson's fruit plantings, his orchards ...

Monticello Handcrafted Apple Spoon   $70.00
Wood from the pruning of Apple trees in Monticello’s Orchard has been used to create this unique and beautiful spoon. Approximately 12” long. Size will vary. Care ... by accident while splitting a stick of fire wood. The deep rich color and graceful natural curve of the wood revealed his first wild cherry spoon. A favorite wood for Denton to work with is fruit wood. He has been working with Monticello using the limb wood that has been ...

Monticello Handcrafted Apple Spoon   $80.00
Wood from the pruning of Apple trees in Monticello’s Orchard has been used to create this unique and beautiful spoon. Approximately 13” long. Size will vary. Care ... by accident while splitting a stick of fire wood. The deep rich color and graceful natural curve of the wood revealed his first wild cherry spoon. A favorite wood for Denton to work with is fruit wood. He has been working with Monticello using the limb wood that has been ...

Monticello Handcrafted Apple Spoon   $40.00
Wood from the pruning of Apple trees in Monticello’s Orchard has been used to create this unique and beautiful spoon. Approximately 8” long. Size will vary. Care ... by accident while splitting a stick of fire wood. The deep rich color and graceful natural curve of the wood revealed his first wild cherry spoon. A favorite wood for Denton to work with is fruit wood. He has been working with Monticello using the limb wood that has been ...

Monticello Handcrafted Plum Spoon   $50.00
Wood from the pruning of Plum trees in Monticello’s Orchard has been used to create this unique and beautiful spoon. Approximately 9” long. Size will vary. Care ... by accident while splitting a stick of fire wood. The deep rich color and graceful natural curve of the wood revealed his first wild cherry spoon. A favorite wood for Denton to work with is fruit wood. He has been working with Monticello using the limb wood that has been ...

Monticello Handcrafted Apricot Spoon   $70.00
Wood from the pruning of Apricot trees in Monticello’s Orchard has been used to create this unique and beautiful spoon. Approximately 12” long. Size will vary. Care ... by accident while splitting a stick of fire wood. The deep rich color and graceful natural curve of the wood revealed his first wild cherry spoon. A favorite wood for Denton to work with is fruit wood. He has been working with Monticello using the limb wood that has ...

Cornelian Cherry (Cornus mas)   $25.00
Hardy shrub or small tree Description: Clusters of tiny golden yellow ... flowers appear before the leaves in early spring Habit: Reaches 20’ high and wide, rounded shape Culture: Prefers part shade to full sun and well-drained soil, but is adaptable Hardiness: Cold hardy to USDA Zone ... his garden diary planting four "Ciriege Corniole" or Cornelian Cherries, and sixteen other varieties of fruit trees and vegetables. The Cornelian ...

Roxbury Russet Apple Tree (Malus cv.)   $30.00
Semi-dwarf, deciduous fruit tree Description: The fruit has a greenish skin and a crisp, tart taste which ripens in early fall; needs a pollinator ... stock that will grow 10 to 12 feet high Culture: Prefers full sun and well-drained garden soil Hardiness: Cold hardy to USDA Zone 4 Attributes: Edible fruit, attracts bees Jefferson documented ‘Roxbury Russet' is an extremely productive variety, and like many older varieties, it ...

Sweet Bay Magnolia (Magnolia virginiana)   $30.00
Hardy, deciduous to semi-evergreen, Eastern North American tree ... flowers open in early summer, followed by slender-seeded, cone-like fruit; leaves have a distinctive silvery underside on multiple stems. Habit: grows 10 to 40 feet high and wide. Culture: prefers full sun to part shade and moist, but well-drained soil rich in organic matter Hardiness: USDA ... 5 through 9 Origin: North America Attributes: Fragrant flowers, showy fruit, ...

Esopus Spitzenburg Apple Tree (Malus cv.)   $30.00
Semi-dwarf, deciduous fruit tree Description: Handsome red apples with firm, juicy yellow flesh. ... root stock; will grow 12 to 15 feet high Culture: Prefers full sun and ordinary garden soil; needs a pollinator Hardiness: Cold hardy to USDA ... the other being 'Albemarle Pippin'. He planted thirty-two of these trees in the South Orchard at Monticello between 1807 and 1812. A.J. Downing, America's foremost nineteenth century ...

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