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English landscape and garden designers

English rose horticulturists



Abraham Boydell Cuper

Alan Titchmarsh

Alice Hext

Alys Fowler

Amelia Long

Andy Sturgeon

Anne Swithinbank

Arabella Lennox-Boyd

Arthur Billitt

Batty Langley

Beth Chatto

Beverley Nichols

Bill Sowerbutts

Bob Flowerdew

Brenda Colvin

Bunny Guinness

C.H. Middleton

Capability Brown

Carol Klein

Charles Baring, 2nd Baron Howick of Glendale

Charles Bridgeman

Charles Jones (photographer)

Charlie Dimmock

Chris Beardshaw

Christopher Collins (cricketer)

Christopher Lloyd (gardener)

Clare Bradley

D. G. Hessayon

Daphne Ledward

David C.H. Austin

David Domoney

David Glenn (garden designer)

Edmund Leopold de Rothschild

Edward Bushby

Edward Hyams

Edward Kemp

Edward Mawley

Edward Milner

Ellen Willmott

Frances Perry

Frances Tophill

Francis Skinner

Fred Paxford

Gay Search

Geoff Hamilton

Geoffrey Jellicoe

Geoffrey Smith (gardener)

George Austin

George Harrison

Gertrude Jekyll

Graham Stuart Thomas

Harold Nicolson

Harold Peto

Harry Dodson

Harry Wheatcroft

Henry Hawkins Tremayne

Henry Wise (gardener)

Hubert Howard

Humphry Repton

Inigo Triggs

James Bateman

James Russell (garden designer)

James Smith (gardener)

James Wilde, 1st Baron Penzance

James Wong (ethnobotanist)

Jane Fearnley-Whittingstall

Jekka McVicar

John Charles Williams

John Evelyn

John Hearle Tremayne

John Rea (horticulturalist)

John Tradescant the Younger

John Tradescant the elder

John Tremayne (1825–1901)

John Webb (landscape designer)

Joseph Paxton

Joshua Major

Lady Anne Berry

Lady Dorothy Nevill

Laura McLaren, Baroness Aberconway

Lionel Nathan de Rothschild

List of gardener-botanist explorers of the Enlightenment

Margery Fish

Mary Somerset, Duchess of Beaufort (1630–1715)

Maurice Petherick

Murray Adams-Acton

Nigel Colborn

Paul Hervey-Brookes

Penelope Hobhouse

Percy Izzard

Percy Stephen Cane

Percy Thrower

Peter Beales

Peter Seabrook

Philip Southcote

Pippa Greenwood

Rachel De Thame

Ralph Austen

Ralph Dutton, 8th Baron Sherborne

Reginald Farrer

Richard Bradley (botanist)

Richard Walker (philosopher)

Robert Gathorne-Hardy

Robert Hart (horticulturist)

Robert Marnock

Robert Sweet (botanist)

Roy Hay (horticulturist)

Roy Lancaster

Sarah Raven

Simon Irvine

Sir Giles Rolls Loder, 3rd Baronet

Stefan Buczacki

Stephen Woodhams

Susan Jellicoe

Sylvia Crowe

Thomas Fairchild (gardener)

Thomas Hoy (botanist)

Toby Buckland

Tom Hart Dyke

Tony Lord (photographer)

Valerie Finnis

Vita Sackville-West

W. E. Shewell-Cooper

William Andrews Nesfield

William Baxter (botanist)

William Emes

William Keane (author)

William Morrison (gardener)

William Robinson (gardener)

William Shenstone

William Townsend Aiton

William Tricker

William Walker, 1st Baron Wavertree


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Leavenworth Times (blog)
Tue, 17 Nov 2015 12:03:45 -0800

English gardeners use it all the time."¨The size of your garden will determine the size of your leaf mold pile. Ideally, 25 feet square by 4 feet tall should be big enough to maintain enough moisture to decompose your leaf pile in about two years. Just ...

Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal
Thu, 04 Sep 2014 19:35:12 -0700

SURREY, ENGLAND—Jill Vickers spends three hours a day tending her lush, hydrangea-trimmed garden. So the sight of snails munching holes in her plants makes her mad. Her usual way of coping is to toss them in the compost bin. But on occasion, the ...

The Globe and Mail

The Globe and Mail
Fri, 15 May 2015 09:00:02 -0700

After all, it is in the English garden, more than in those of other nations, that surprise and serendipity reign. Whereas the French adore symmetry and the Japanese prize precision, English gardeners embrace, rather than try to suppress, the ...


Sat, 04 Jul 2015 23:04:05 -0700

English gardeners, on the other hand, she says, “view their landscapes with more respect and express themselves more through gardening”. •10 great US gardens. Things are changing, however. On my first trip to the US, in 1992, a square metre of phlox ...

Memphis Commercial Appeal

Memphis Commercial Appeal
Sat, 29 Aug 2015 07:03:45 -0700

Memphians will be able to immerse themselves in the gardens of one of the renowned estates of England during the “Great Dixter at the Dixon” symposium Oct. 15-16. By Christine Arpe Gang. Posted: Aug. 29, 2015. share. 0. top. It's a garden match made in ...

Financial Times

Financial Times
Fri, 19 Jun 2015 09:21:01 -0700

English gardeners are having the year of their lifetimes. There was no heavy spring frost to ruin early-flowering plants. Occasional days of heavy rain and wind have been an interruption, but saved gardens from the great menace, a long spring drought.


Tue, 26 Nov 2013 23:01:42 -0800

She also indulged in that grim talk which English gardeners seem to like so much -- 'The garden is full of zinnias. The zinnias are full of slugs'. Caroline Zoob lived at Monk's House as a National Trust tenant for 10 years, and she tells the tale in ...

Live Science

Live Science
Fri, 05 Jun 2015 16:15:00 -0700

In Trowel's case, the insect is actually an aphid, but English gardeners still top beans to combat what is now known as the black bean aphid. The aphids are often found on the newest growth, so this method would reduce the population and also hasten ...

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