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0000 0001 1462 682X
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Christopher Lloyd
Lloyd, C.
Lloyd, Christopher
Lloyd, Christopher (British garden designer and gardener, 1921-2006)
Lloyd, Christopher ((gardener))
Lloyd, Christopher Hamilton
Dates: 
1921-2006
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Bird, Richard (1942-)
Buckley, Jonathan
Chatto, Beth (1923-)
Goutier, Jérôme
Hunningher, Erica
Hurst, Jacqui
Roellenbleck, Annette
Ronan, Frank
Veldhuizen, Dorien
Wooster, Steven
Titles: 
20th-Century Plant Fashions : Individuality rather than fashion is the best route to style
Adventurous gardener
advice on ordering seeds
advice on siting wall shrubs
advice on wind-resistant plants for draughty corners and wind tunnels
annual poppies and the local summer flower show
At Chelsea Flower Show
beds planted with succulents and cacti, flanking Lutyens's circular steps at Dixter
benefits of subtropical weather, the
berry shortage and its causes in hollies
birds welcome, and not, in his garden
Christopher Lloyd's flower garden
Clematis
Endpiece : the trials, tribulations and joys of opening the garden to the public
evolution which takes place as a garden is steered towards an ideal, the
Exotic Garden at Great Dixter, the
flower arranging at Dixter
Gardens of Dunvegan Castle, Skye : The little-known gardens are as much of an attraction as the castle
how he plants his bulbs-and it is not just by getting Fergus to do it
how to get best value out of a neglected shrub by pruning
how to prepare a garden for public enjoyment
how to set about developing an area, large or small, into a species-rich meadow
importance of telling the whole truth-including the less desirable facts- when writing about plants, the
IN MY GARDEN about aspects of winter, including taking risks with what we grow, and the changes that are always in progress in the garden
IN MY GARDEN : characterful pear trees and the blooming of the earliest crocuses
IN MY GARDEN : how plants should be sited
IN MY GARDEN on the planting close to his house
IN MY GARDEN : the Cotswold Garden Flowers catalogue
IN MY GARDEN : What do descriptions on seed packets really mean?
IN MY GARDEN : which plants like it cool
IN MY GARDEN : wildflower management at Dixter
lecturing about Great Dixter
many ways in which tulips can be used, the
outdoor display of potted plants at Dixter is kept attractive throughout the season, the
perennial plants that melt away when summer arrives, leaving space in the border for late performers
Piet Oudolf's double borders at Wisley, composed of diagonal bands of herbaceous plants
plants to give your garden a lift at this time of the year
replant diseases affecting roses, primulas, lilies and shrubs
some current border stalwarts
some tips on growing the garden pea
spectacular performance of Great Dixter's gardens, the
spring daffodils, crocuses and periwinkles emerging at Dixter
subtle art of a good border, The
three stars of the Long Border
to garden dangerously
unusual umbellifer, Smyrnium perfoliatum-tricky to handle, but immensely useful-and the planting in the Long Border, which starts quietly, but builds in excitement, an
well-tempered garden, The
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COUNTRY LIFE -LONDON-
COUNTRY LIFE -LONDON-.
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