This delightful garden pattern pairs a fretwork design from a fence in Colonial Williamsburg historic area with natural history motifs taken from one of many garden-related rare books in Colonial Williamsburg Special Collections Library. Such books provide historians and horticulturalists with important insight into the gardening practices of centuries past.Named after a plant synonymous with Colonial Williamsburg, this pattern was inspired by an 18th - century seersucker textile in the museum collection. The original East Indian name for seersucker was shir-o-shakkar, which meant "milk and sugar".
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