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Christopher Lloyd--

From the Washington Post. The link provided will lead you to an article that
appeared in last Thursday's Home section of the Post. Free registration is
required to access the article. Here are the first two paragraphs from the

The Dynamo of Dixter

Thursday, February 2, 2006; Page H06

Christopher Lloyd, the great English gardener who died on Friday, observed
plants with the critical eye of an artist and then recorded his perceptions
with the precision of a diarist. For more than 50 years, thus, we saw the
garden as he did, which is to say with astonishing insight.

He has been compared to the mother of English gardening, Gertrude Jekyll,
and its wild daughter, Vita Sackville-West, but in truth he remained a
gardener for our time, not theirs.

You can find the rest here: http://tinyurl.com/8x36m

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