All the Presidents’ Gardens: Madison’s Cabbages to Kennedy’s Roses―How the White House Grounds Have Grown with America Hardcover – Illustrated, April 27, 2016
- Coggswell a dentist in California donated a drinking fountain to the capital
- Lemonade Lucy Hayes
- In Teddy Roosevelt years the vegetable garden gradually disappeared
- Preserved 230000000 acres of land (Teddy)7
- Gardening brings possessiveness (location 1676 38%)
- Throughout different Presidents there is always a gardening plan
- Harding pea blue
- What does balled mean?
- George Washington and Mr. Burns
From March 2017
Would like to document that this book tells the readers the history/changes of the flower (garden) as our country evolved from its foundation. A few comment was made: about the roof garden, the early conservatories, location of the White House, contributions from the Teddy Roosevelt Presidency, and the land-grant that started the Master Gardeners program. Ron brought up the name Mr. Burns, which was used by George Washington in the 1790s, Ron thought it could relate to Mr. Burns on the Simpsons .