25 Mch 1807
Note. the order of the terrasses below the garden wall is as follows.
the fig terras next to the wall. Then
the walk terras.
the strawberry terras.
1st. terras of the vineyard & so on to the 17th.
the 18th. terras of the vineyard is occupied chiefly by trees.
the 19th. is Bailey’s ally.
|S.W. vineyard.||at S.W. end of 1st. terras planted 2. Malaga grape vines. Maine.|
|at N.E. end.||1st. terras||12. black Hamburg grape vines.||}||from Maine. planted only in vacancies.|
|2d.||12. red do.|
|3d.||10. white Frontignac.|
|6th.||11. Brick coloured grapes.|
|7th.||10. Black cluster grapes|
|N.E. vineyard. beginning at S.W. end of it, & planting only in vacancies|
|1st. terras.||6. plants of Seralamanna grapes||}||11. cuttings from them.|
|2d.||15. cuttings of the same, or Piedmt Malmsy|
|3d.||13. Piedmont Malmesy. or Seralamana|
|4th.||1. Smyrna without seeds.|
|6th.||7. Queen’s grapes.|
|7th.||5. Great July grapes|
|11th.||17 Lachrima Christi.|
|12th.||6. San Giovetto.|
|13th.||15. Abrostine white|
|14th.||21. do. red or Aleaticos|
|15th.||15. Aleatico. or Abrostine red.|
|9th. terras||4 Tokays, same as 9th. of N.E. Vineyard.|
|10th.||6. Trebbianos. same as 10th. of N.E.|
|11th.||3. Lachrima Christi. same as 11th. of N.E.|
Nursery. begun in bed next the pales, on the lower side, where Genl. Jackson’s peaches end to wit within 2.f. of the 4th. post from the S.E. corner.
|No.||1.||Quercus coccifera. Prickly Kermes oak. 3. cross rows.||}||seeds received from Doctr. Gouan at Montpelier.|
|2.||Vitex Agnus castus. Chasta-tree. Faux Poivrier. 9. rows|
|3.||Cedrus Libani. Cedar of Lebanon. 2. rows.|
|4.||Citisus Laburnum of the Alps. 2. rows.|
|5.||Lavathera Albia. the shrub Marshmallow. 2. rows.|
GRAPHIC IN MANUSCRIPT
Apr. 15. 16. 18. 30. Planted & sowed flower beds as above.
|April||16.||planted as follows.||N. E. clump||S. E clump||SW clump||N.W. clump|
|3.||Mountain ash. Sorbus Aucuparia||1||2|
the above were from Maine except 5 horse chesnuts from nursery & the Red bud
|planted same day.||1. Fraxinella in center of N. W. shrub circle||}||from Maine’s|
|*||1. Gelder rose in do. of N. E. do.|
|1. do. in do. of S. E. do.|
|1. Laurodendron in margin of S. W. do. from the nursery|
|planted also 10.||willow oaks in N. W. brow of the stone to wit from the N. Pavilion round to near the setting stones at S.W. end of level.|
|and 12.||Wild crabs from the S. to the N. pavilion near the brow of the stone|
|*Viburnum opulus rosea.|
|planted||2. Robinia hispida & 2. choakcherries on the S.W. slope.|
|20. Weymouth pines on the slope by the Aspen thicket.|
In the Nursery, began at the N. W. corner & extended rows from N. W. to NE. & planted
|1st. row,||abt. 2.f. from the pales||}||100. paccans.|
|2d. do.||18 I. from that|
|3d. do.||Gloucester hiccory nuts from Roanoke.|
|4th. do.||do. from Roanoke. 79 in all. 6. do. from Osages. 2. scarlet beans.|
|5th. a bed of 4.f wide, 3 drills, globe artichoke. red.|
|6th. a do. do. green.|
|7th a bed. Cooper’s pale green asparagus. 5. rows feet long. a seed every 6.I.|
|at N.E. end of same bed 14. Ricara beans very toward.|
|8th. a bed 26.f. long. 2. rows & about 8 f. of a 3d. say 60 f. Missouri great Salsafia. 120 seeds. 6. I. apart|