Gardening can be adventurous, and here Christopher Lloyd takes us on a tour through the garden, to encourage and to overturn the old and accepted when experience prompts him. An absolute maverick, Lloyd developed Great Dixter to be one of Britain's greatest gardens, a place that remains as a monument to his devotion. In this 1984 classic, Lloyd—praised by London's Guardian as "the best informed, liveliest and most innovative gardening writer of our times"—advises on cuttings, pruning, the art of compromise, and the legacy of Gertrude Jekyll.
The Adventurous Gardener
Author: Christopher Lloyd.