Christopher Lloyd et al.
Find out about the history of Great Dixter House & Gardens, from the original manor, 'Dicksterve', first recorded in 1220, to the medieval building which Sir Edwin Lutyens knitted together with a yeoman's house moved from nearby Benenden in 1910 to form Great Dixter. The late Christopher Lloyd then explains the formation and planting within the different areas of the garden.
This newly produced guide book includes sections on Great Dixter in the World Wars and the Great Dixter archive as well as on how Great Dixter is evolving and how the garden is managed today.
Contains high quality photos of the house, garden and from the archive.