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White House Garden: creamy sweet fig, white musk, blossoms of lemon thyme

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White House Garden: creamy sweet fig, white musk, blossoms of lemon thyme

from 8.50

First Lady, Michelle Obama spent much of her tenure educating about and promoting the importance of diverse gardens and fresh, healthful food. In planting a White House vegetable garden on the South Lawn in 2009, Obama revived a tradition begun by John and Abigail Adams, the second president and his wife.  Our version includes notes inspired by the fig tree and herbs which were varieties included in the real White House garden. Together, they create a light, clean accord with balanced sweetness and the impression of outdoor freshness.

Notes: creamy sweet fig, white musk, blossoms of lemon thyme

The raised garden features more than 55 kinds of vegetables and fruits, including Marseille figs, a favorite of Thomas Jefferson. Heirloom varieties add to the diversity, and a dozen different herbs inspire the White House chefs.  Taking inspiration from the fig and the vegetal freshness of an abundant garden, White House Garden is as classic and fresh as the First Lady herself.

 

 

 

 

 

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First Lady, Michelle Obama spent much of her tenure educating about and promoting the importance of diverse gardens and fresh, healthful food. In planting a White House vegetable garden on the South Lawn in 2009, Obama revived a tradition begun by John and Abigail Adams, the second president and his wife.  Our version includes notes inspired by the fig tree and herbs which were varieties included in the real White House garden. Together, they create a light, clean accord with balanced sweetness and the impression of outdoor freshness.

Notes: creamy sweet fig, white musk, blossoms of lemon thyme

The raised garden features more than 55 kinds of vegetables and fruits, including Marseille figs, a favorite of Thomas Jefferson. Heirloom varieties add to the diversity, and a dozen different herbs inspire the White House chefs.  Taking inspiration from the fig and the vegetal freshness of an abundant garden, White House Garden is as classic and fresh as the First Lady herself.