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Gertrude Jekyll (/ ˈ dʒ iː k əl / JEE-kəl; 29 November 1843 – 8 December 1932) was a British horticulturist, garden designer, craftswoman, photographer, writer and artist. She created over 400 gardens in the United Kingdom, Europe and the United States, and wrote over 1,000 articles for magazines such as Country Life and William Robinson's The Garden.
An innovative horticulturalist and garden designer, Gertrude Jekyll created hundreds of gardens and inspired many others with her eye for detail and color.
A contemporary art exhibition inspired by the surroundings of Hestercombe will showcase the work of three artists this autumn/winter. Sarah Bennett, Megan Calver and Philippa Lawrence have been directly engaged with Hestercombe House and Gardens over three years and the resulting exhibition has developed from these experiences.
Latest News. Road Trip Update! Posted November 2, 2018. There’s still time to reserve a spot to visit Callaway Gardens and the Little White House in Warm Springs Georgia March 22-24, 2019.
Raconteur Ventures Raconteur Ventures is an extension of the late and legendary Raconteur, a bygone brick-and-mortar bookstore on Main Street in Metuchen.
Google is celebrating its 19th birthday. The only problem is that it’s had at least six 19th birthdays already.
Elizabeth Garrett Anderson was a pioneering feminist born in Whitechapel, London, in 1836. Today would have been her 180th birthday, and Google has marked the occasion with a Doodle on its homepage.
A-Z listing of roses for sale in the UK. View our beautiful selection online. A perfect gift for a friend or loved one.
Cool Preteen Stories "Best Seller Books" List. Looking for cool preteen stories or a good preteen book? Best sellers list below helps you find the most popular and best books ever written for preteen kids aged 8-10 and adolescents aged 11-13.
A tour around the show gardens at David Austin in Albrighton one bright late March day. These photographs were taken in the March at a Design Course run by David Austin, following the course in October that I’ve just written about.