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Thursday, September 19, 2013

William Byrd's 1684 Flower Garden

When William Byrd was in Virginia he wrote a letter in May of 1684 describing the flowers in his garden as being the seeds and roots from iris, crocus, tulip and anemone.  Source: Records of Henrico County, vol. 1677-92, p. 284.

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