Christopher Lloyd's Gardening Year Journal (Hardcover)

By The Great Dixter Charitable Trust, Christopher Lloyd, Jonathan Buckley (By (photographer)), Fergus Garrett (Introduction by)

Frances Lincoln, 9780711236820, 192pp.

Publication Date: October 1, 2015

List Price: 23.99*
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Description

This giftable but lightly journalised edition of the Christopher Lloyd classic gardening reference with sumptuous new photos by Jonathan Buckley and a new introduction from Fergus Garrett. Month by month what to do, what to admire, what to think, what to hope for - with special monthly feature boxes that will highlight â??colourâ?? and â??successionâ??, the two aspects that lovers of Christopher Lloydâ??s planting philosophy are most acutely attuned to.

A new treatment to an old classic of what to do when to create and maintain a beautiful garden. The dream team of Jonathan Buckley, Christopher Lloyd and Fergus Garrett. This classic reference to the gardening year provides adventurous and thoughtful gardeners with the most eloquent writing on the garden in the 20th century accompanied by the outstanding photography.



About the Author

Christopher Lloyd was among the best informed, liveliest, most worthwhile gardening writers of our time and the author of a host of classics. He lived in Northiam, East Sussex and died in January 2006.

Fergus Garrett, Head Gardener at Great Dixter, first worked at the Beth Chatto Gardens as a student, over twenty years ago, and has remained a close friend of Beth's ever since.

To visit Jonathan Buckley's website click here



Praise For Christopher Lloyd's Gardening Year Journal

‘It’s a good-looking month-by-month reference guide to what’s going on in the garden and how to enjoy the same colour-rich planting effects at home [...] His eloquent writing style makes this a very readable book that’s hard to put down.’



â??Itâ??s a good-looking month-by-month reference guide to whatâ??s going on in the garden and how to enjoy the same colour-rich planting effects at home [...] His eloquent writing style makes this a very readable book thatâ??s hard to put down.â??