Fergus Garrett, above, continues, as planned, Great Dixter's garden, now open to the public.
When I saw this garden room, above, at Great Dixter I knew it was the most important garden room I'd ever visited. Almost 2 decades later, it still is.
Succession plantings are the style at Great Dixter. Something new always coming into bloom. Mulch is not needed the plantings are so layered & thick.
Each of Great Dixer's garden rooms is pure opera. But that's too easy. The opera changes daily. Hourly.
Garden & Be Well, XO Tara
Pics taken from Great Dixter, and, Intercontinental Gardener blog. Christopher Lloyd wrote many books.............and you want them all. Alas, all my Great Dixter pics are still slides. Luckily I volunteered at a garden symposium and was able to spend time with Christopher Lloyd many moons ago.
Classes & seminars are taught at Great Dixter.
That incredible garden room? Did it speak to you too?