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Christopher Lloyd | Great Dixter

The late Christopher Lloyd, gardening writer and gardener par excellence. Dug, mulched, planted and sowed his beautiful gardens at Great Dixter, Sussex.

Fergus Garrett, head gardener at Great Dixter, East Sussex.

Great Dixter study days for 2011

▶ BBC Two - Gardeners' World, 2015, Episode 3, Joe Swift visits an awkward-shaped town garden designed by Selina Botham

▶ BBC Two - Gardeners' World, Episode Joe Swift visits an awkward-shaped town garden designed by Selina Botham

Julie Moir Messervy

Julie Moir Messervy

Diarmuid Gavin

Diarmuid Gavin

Wild Flowers: Nature's own to garden grown: : Carol Klein:

Wild Flowers: Nature's own to garden grown: : Carol Klein:

Geoff Hamilton The guy who started it all off with Gardeners World and would like Monty Don get his hands dirty

Geoff Hamilton - loved watching him, completely relaxing listening to his slightly lilting, slightly crackling voice.

Chris Wiesinger sets out to recapture something that was once “lost” to the Southern gardener: bulbs that thrive in warm climates many of which are rare, heirloom or both.

Chris Wiesinger sets out to recapture something that was once “lost” to the Southern gardener: bulbs that thrive in warm climates many of which are rare, heirloom or both.

Gardener Fergus Garrett shares his top tulip tips from Great Dixter - Telegraph

Top tulip tips from Great Dixter

Do you throw away tulip bulbs after flowering? Take a few tips from an ingenious head gardener

JINNY BLOM "In my view gardens have an uplifting effect on people, architecture and the wider landscape.  I am fascinated by the structure and detail of gardens and pay very close attention to this when designing. For me design is more a matter of intelligence and appropriateness than inflicting a style. The gardens I create are as varied as their owners and locations." from her website: http://www.jinnyblom.com/about

JINNY BLOM "In my view gardens have an uplifting effect on people, architecture and the wider landscape. I am fascinated by the structure and detail of gardens and pay very close attention to this when designing. For me design is more a matter of intelligence and appropriateness than inflicting a style. The gardens I create are as varied as their owners and locations." from her website: http://www.jinnyblom.com/about

Karl Foerster, Staudenzüchter - m. frdl. Erlaubnis der Gartenzeitung (heute GartenFlora)

Karl Foerster, Staudenzüchter - m. frdl. Erlaubnis der Gartenzeitung (heute GartenFlora)

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