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In 1792 Benjamin Smith Barton named the plant ''Jeffersonia diphylla'' after "Thomas Jefferson, Esq. secretary of state." In 1792 Benjamin Smith Barton named the plant ''Jeffersonia diphylla'' after "Thomas Jefferson, Esq. secretary of state."
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-this plant is a native of North America.+This plant is a native of North America.

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Jefferson's Namesake

In 1792 Benjamin Smith Barton named the plant Jeffersonia diphylla after "Thomas Jefferson, Esq. secretary of state."

Wildflower

This plant is a native of North America.


--Original author: Peggy Cornett, 21 May 2007

See Also

Further Sources