Garden Book, page 3
by Thomas Jefferson

sowed Lettuce, Radish, Broccoli, & Cauliflower.

Flower-de luces just opening.
*strawberries come to table. note this is the first year of their bearing having been planted in the spring of 1766. and on an average, the plants bear 20. strawberries each. 100 fill half a pint.
forwardest peas of March 17. come to table.
latest peas of Feb. 20. will come to table within about 4. days.
Snap-dragon blooming.

Larkspur & Lychnis bloom & Poppies

Pinks & Hollyhocks bloom.

Carnations bloom.

Argemone put out one flower.

By information of mrs. Carr.
larger Poppy has vanished -- Dwarf poppy still in bloom but on the decline
pinks V.c. just disappear. pinks in VI.c. still shew a few.
Carnations in full life -- Larkspur, Lychnis in bloom. -- a few hollyhocks remaining -- Eastern mallow almost vanished. an indifferent flower.
* Colo. Moore tells me a hill of artichokes generally bears 8. of a year, and they continue in season about 6. weeks.

Lesser poppy still blooming -- pinks V.c. a few. -- pinks VI.c. a few -- a few Carnations. -- Larkspur in bloom. Eastern mallow & Lychnis in bloom. -- Mirabilis just opened. very clever. Argemone, one flower out. this is the 4th ys year.

Cucumbers come to table.

inoculated May cherry buds into 4. stocks of unknown kind.

inoculated English walnut buds into stocks of the Black walnut.

inoculated common cherry buds into stocks of large kind at Monticello.

*8 or 10. bundles of fodder are as much as a horse will generally eat thro' the night
9 bundles X 130. days = 1170. for the winter.