Dear Christo: Memories of Christopher Lloyd at Great Dixter
Timber Press, 2010 - Great Dixter Gardens (England) - 207 pages
Great Dixter is a place of pilgrimage for gardeners all over the world. Its exuberant plantings have drawn legions of green-fingered visitors for decades. In this book, leading gardening writers, visitors, photographers and friends share, using words and images, what Dixter means to them.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
Alan Caiger-Smith Alan Titchmarsh Amanda Anemone arrived asked became Beth Chatto Canna Champagne Chris Christo Christo looked Christopher Lloyd Christopher’s colour Common spotted orchids cooking Crocus dachshunds Dahlia Daisy dear dinner dogs door East Sussex enjoyed exotic garden favourite Fergus Garrett fire flower friends front garden designer Glenn Miller Glyndebourne goodbye grass guests head gardener horse pond horticultural interest invited kitchen knew later letter lives long border loved lunch Lutyens meadow memories morning mother never night Northiam nursery o’clock occasion Oliver one’s opera Opposite photographs plants plantsman pots remember replied rose garden Scott Arboretum sitting solar stairs stay at Dixter summer sunk garden Sussex thought took tree Tulipa Verbena bonariensis visited Dixter visited Great Dixter visits to Dixter walked wanted Wave Hill weekend Well-Tempered Garden winter wondered writing wrote Wye College