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July 23, 2008
There are many historical seeds sown in the history of African American gardening that many gardeners do not know.
Over the past seven years, I have made a journey of discovery that underlines the importance of letting the general public know the contributions that African Americans have contributed over the centuries to gardening. I can think of no better way of maintaining a piece of my own vital African American history than preserving heirloom seeds for future generations to have for their gardens.
Many of the AARP members will be attending the Life @ 50 Convention scheduled in
Wormley Hughes’ great gardening skills played an important role in the success of the gardens at
If you tour
Wormley Hughes’ last gardening project for his slave master, Thomas Jefferson, was to dig his grave. Well done thou good and faithful servant!
While visiting our nation’s capitol, take time to look at all of the hidden historical treasures including the beautiful gardens of