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× dansereaui 278; C. × hybridus (syn. C. × corbariensis) 199, 278 Clark, Alan Kenneth Mackenzie (1928-99) 97 Clark, Amanda 97 Clark, Brigadier 97 Clark, Mike 273 Clark, Stephen 97, 100 Claude Lorrain (1600-82) 12 Clayton, Jack (1921-95) 240 Clematis 99; wild c. 14 Cleome 119, 179

Clifton, Bristol 14, 15 Clifton Nurseries Ltd, W. London 31, 32, 61 clippers 181 clunch 49 Coates, Nigel 139 Coca-Cola 79 Cockerell, Sir Charles (1755-1837) 97 Cockerell, Samuel Pepys (c1754-1827) 97 Codrington, Ursula 21 Colerne, Wilts. 152; C. church 145, 152 College of Arms 209 Columbia Rd, E. London 12 Colvin, Sheila Gillian 18 compost 120, 238 concrete 55 conifers 189, 196, 235; miniature c. 97 Connecticut 19 conservation officer 235 coracles 120 corbels, medieval 227, 228 cork 209, 212 Cornus capitata 269, 278, 279 Cornwall 18, 269, 275, 278, 279; climate 273 Coronilla valentina subsp. glauca ‘Citrina’ 275 Cosmopolitan 12 Cotswold stone 139; C.s. paving 195; C.s. roof tiles 77, 195 Country Life 12 county names 181 Cousteau, Jacques-Yves (1910-97) 10 cow parsley 15, 120, 127 cows, Jersey 31 cowslip 53 Cowdray Park Estate, Midhurst, W. Sussex 29 Covent Garden, Central London 19 Crambe cordifolia 84, 115, 133, 280 crane 145 Crawford, Ilse 235 Craxton, John (1922-2009) 21 Cricot 2 theatre group 17 Crinum × powellii 276; C. white 280 Crocosmia 83 Crocus 276; autumn c. 276; C. tommasinianus 12 Crowe, Dame Sylvia (1901-97) 178 currant, clove SEE Ribes odoratum cut flowers 196, 241 cuttings 241 Cyclamen 274, 276; C. coum 129, 276; C.

hederifolium 181, 182 daffodil 273 Dahlia 11, 241, 265, 273; D. coccinea ‘Mary

Keen’ 280, 287 Daily Mail 19 Daily Telegraph 61, 64, 65 daisy 65, 133; ox-eye d. 131, 139, 259 Dakota, Douglas C-47 aircraft 16 Daniel, Thomas (1749-1840) 97 Daniel, William (1769-1837) 97 Danvers House, Chelsea, London 25 Daphne odora ‘Aureomarginata’ 140, 195,

279; D. × transatlantica Eternal Fragrance (‘Blafra’) 275 Dartington Hall, Devon 119 Dartmoor, Devon 16 Daucus carota 129 Davidia 272 deer antlers 209; fallow d. 87; f.d. antlers 195, 214;

d. fencing 49; d.-proofing 239; white d. 83 Delphinium 65, 195, 246 Demarco, Richard 17, 18, 18, 55; ‘Bannerman’s

Bar from Niddry Street, South’ 14; ‘Road to Meikle Seggie’ land art 55 Désert de Retz, Chambourcy, Ile de France:

Glacière 20

‘Destruction of the English Country House’

Exhibition, Victoria and Albert Museum 12 Deutzia scabra ‘Plena’ 148 Devon 16, 18 Devonport, Devon 276, 281 Devonshire, Deborah Vivien ‘Debo’, Duchess of (1920-2015) 79, 115 DHL (Deutsche Post DHL) 181 Diana, Princess of Wales (1961-97) 55 Dickinson (gardener) 11 Dickinson, Sue 42, 61, 87 Didcot Power Station, Oxon. 11 Dierama 179 dog’s tooth violet SEE Erythronium dogs 230, 235, 239; Arnie 228; Bacci, the

Patterdale Terrier 257, 259; Ivy 238 dogwood SEE Cornus doorway 206 Doulting quarries, Shepton Mallet, Somerset 27 ‘Dragonstones’ 51 Drummond, Sir John Richard Gray (1934-

2006) 18 Dryopteris × complexa ‘Stablerae’ 55 Duncan, Pauline and Rory 39 Durham Cathedral 16 Eade, Belinda 71 East Hendred, Oxon. 119 Easton Neston, Northants. 228, 230 Echinacea 179 Echinops 15 Echium 284; E. pininana 269, 276, 279; E.

vulgare 129 ecology 23 Edinburgh 12, 17; E. Arts 18; Bannerman’s Bar

13, 18, 19, 20; Cowgate 18; E. College of Art 17; E. Festival 17, 18; Fringe 17; Prince’s Street 13; Traverse Theatre 17; University of E. 12, 19; Waverley Station 12 Edney brothers (William (d1725) & Simon) 245 Edward, the Black Prince (1330-76) 269, 280 Edwards, Liam 119 Edwards, Mark 115, 119, 120 Edwinsford, Talley, Carmarths. 9 Elaeagnus 120 elder 120, 196 Elector Palatine (Friedrich V von der Pfalz,

King of Bohemia) (1596-1632) 209 Elizabeth, Queen (The Queen Mother) (1900-

2002) 78, 79 Elizabeth II, Queen 182 Elizabeth Stuart, Princess (later Queen

Consort Elizabeth of Bohemia) (15961661/62) 209 Ellacombe, Canon Henry Nicholson (1822-

1916) 61; In a Gloucestershire Garden 61 elm board 40; burr e. 27; e. trunks 173, 174; e.

waney board 174; wych e. 10, 27 Emerson, Ralph Waldo (1803-82) 23 Emery, Shirley 189, 195, 195 English Heritage 20 Enstone Marvels (1628) 139 Epernay, Marne 16 Erddig Hall, Wrexham, Clwyd 21 Eremurus 179, 196; E. himalaicus 246; E. ×

isabellinus ‘Pinokkio’ 83; E. robustus 257; E. stenophyllus 83 Erigeron karvinskianus 148, 287 Eryngium 15, 179, 242; E. bourgatii 254 Erysimum ‘Bowles’s Mauve’ 246, 248 Erythronium 276 Eschscholzia 179 Eucryphia 279 Euphorbia characias subsp. wulfenii 179, 185,

242, 246, 248, 249, 276, 287 Euridge Manor Farm, Wilts. 135-52, 157,

184; aerial view (1999) 145; aerial view (2008) 145; bath house 140; b.h. grotto 146; battlements 139; bedroom 135; belvedere 139; boathouse 135, 139, 145, 152; box-edged beds 136; braziers 139; cave 135; cloister 135, 136, 136, 139, 140, 145, 148; cloister garden 139, 140; drawing room 136, 139; duck house 145; Dutch barn 145; Euridge stone corbels and quoins 139; gatehouse 136; grotto

139, 145; ‘hortus conclusus’ 136; kitchen 136; kitchen gardens 139; laurel hedge 139; lawn 136, 145, 146; limestone trough fountain 152; loggia 135, 136, 139, 145; new wing 136; obelisk 152; office 136; orangery 135, 139, 140, 148, 152; o. terrace 152; parterre 148; paved areas 136; pergolas 152; plans and sketches 145; plant room 135; pools 139, 146; quad garden 135; quarry 136; ruin 148; ruined wall 140, 148; setting 145; stone staircase 136, 139; swimming pool 135; terrace roof garden 135, 136; terraces 139; top terrace 145; Tump 152; ‘Vulture Trees’ 139, 152; water garden 139; water tank 135, 139, 152; yew topiary 136, 139, 140, 146 Europa Nostra Award 39 Evelyn, John (1620-1706) 25, 209 Exton, Rutland: Bark Temple 29, 78 Eythrope, Bucks. 42, 61, 87 Fane family 45 Fanelli, Francesco (c1590-1653) 209 fender, club 228 fennel 252 ferns 15, 40, 42, 53, 71, 72, 73, 77, 99, 111,

167, 195, 228, 230, 273, 276; hart’s tongue f.55; king f. 55; polypody f. 269; queen f. 55; royal f. SEE Osmunda; tree f. 99, 255 Ferrater, Carlos 19 Ferula communis 278, 280 Fibrex Nurseries, Pebworth, Warks. 73 ‘Fiesole’ architecture 100 Figueras, Bet (Isabel) (1957-2010) 18-19 Finlay, Ian Hamilton (1925-2006) 18, 71, 78 Fittleworth stone 172, 173, 174, 207 FitzAlan, Henry SEE Arundel, Henry FitzAlan,

12th Earl of Fitzrovia, Central London 17 flint 51, 184; ghost flints 27 Flower Fairies series (Cicely Mary Barker) 10 flower stall 230 Flymo mower 119 folly, thatched 23 Fordell House, Pitreavie, Fife 13 Forder Viaduct, Cornwall 281 Foreign Office (United Kingdom Foreign and

Commonwealth Office) 181 forget-me-not 119, 127 foundry, iron 185 fountain 206 foxglove 26, 65 frangipani 159, 159, 163 Frankfurt, Germany 40 Frenchay Hospital, Bristol 78 Friday Mosque (Umayyad Mosque, Great

Mosque) of Damascus, Syria 227 Friedrich, Caspar David (1774-1840) 167 fritillary 42, 53, 257, 273, 276; snakeshead f. 121 fruit cages 241; f. tree 269 Galanthus ‘S. Arnott’ 129 Gane, Martin 145, 214, 214, 263 Gannex fabric 135 gardens, Tudor 139 Garnett, Andy and Polly 28 Gatchina Palace, St Petersburg: Birch House 20 Gaudí, Antoni (1852-1926) 12, 18 geodes 27 Gehry, Frank Owen 18 Geranium 105, 115; G. ‘Ann Folkard’ 129 geranium 241; SEE ALSO Pelargonium Getty, Sir John Paul (1932-2003) 45, 53, 55 Getty, Mark Harris 53 Getty, Victoria, Lady 45, 53, 55 Giambologna (né Jean Boulogne) (1529-1608) 174 Giant of Warmley, Bristol 26 Gibberd, Vernon 26 Gibbs, Christopher Henry 25, 45, 49, 53, 97,

165, 235 Gifford, Toti 189 Gillray, James (c1756-1815): cartoon of

Napoleon as Tiddy-Doll 227, 230 Gladiolus 273; G. communis subsp. byzantinus

83, 279; G. murielae 278 glasshouses, Foster and Pearson 240

Glastonbury, Somerset 15 Gleditsia 181, 182, 185 Glin Castle, Co. Limerick 51 Glin, Desmond John Villiers Fitzgerald, 29th

Knight of (1937-2011) 51 ‘Glory of the Garden’ Exhibition 12 glow-worm 15 Godolphin House, Helston, Cornwall 21, 23 Goldney Hall, Bristol, grotto: statue of

Neptune 174 Goodenough, Debbie ‘Debs’ 71 Gothard, David 17 Graham-Stewart, James 79, 87, 214 Grand Tour 73 granite 184, 278; Caithness g. 181, 182 grape hyacinth 13 grass, close-mown 276 gravel 97 Great Dixter, Northiam, E. Sussex 21 Grimshaw, Stewart 165, 167, 172, 172, 174,

178, 179 gritstone 51, 100; Derbyshire g. 161 Grosvenor Estate, London 227 ground elder 273 Ground Zero, New York 181 guelder rose 120 Gunnera 77, 99, 107, 167, 196 Haddonstone, E. Haddon, Northampton 99 Ħaġar Qim, Malta 18, 55 Halfpenny, William (active 1723-1755) 19 Halifax, George Montagu-Dunk, 2nd Earl of 28 Halton House, Bucks. 31 Hamamelis mollis 255 Hameau de la Reine, Versailles 31 Hamoaze, The, River Tamar, Cornwall/Devon 269 Hampshire 18 Hanham Court, Bristol 4, 55, 61, 69, 78, 87,

146, 199, 235-67, 269; abbot’s lodgings 239; attics 235; auricula theatre 250; barbecue shack 265; barn 241; bastion wall 238, 239, 239; bed making 238; borders 238; bowling green (‘aircraft carrier’) 242; chapel windows 235; chicken-housetunnel-shed 265; church 238, 238, 240, 267; clipped yews 241; corner tower 238, 250; dell 235, 242, 255; delphinium border 238; formal garden 235, 238, 242, 246; garden through wicket gate 235; garden wall 259; gate pier 257; ‘Golden Gate’ 239, 242, 245, 257; Gothic archway 246; gravel garden 246; great hearth 242; green-oak urn 263; gypsy caravan 235; hawthorn hedge 239; ‘hortus conclusus’ 235; house and tower 242; ironwork, eighteenth-century 239, 245; ‘Jacobean’ green-oak gate 239; Jacobean wing 240; kitchen garden 241, 265; kitchen wing 235, 242; loggia 242; meadow 4, 235, 23, 239, 239, 242, 249, 259; monastic ruins 235; Neptune fountain cascade 263; oak balustrade 248; oak obelisk 259; orchard 239, 240, 242, 259; orchard meadow 259; ‘ruined pool’135; ruined wall 246, 252; rustic oak bridge 263; scout tent 259; shepherd’s hut 265; statue of Neptune 246; swimming pool 235, 246, 252; tin shed 265; tithe barn 235; Tudor gables 239, 245; Tudor wooden gates 235; two towers 259; Venetian window 240; view of house 238; wall building 238; walnut tree seat 257; west range 242; wicket gate 267; wild woodland 242 Hanham Hills, Bristol 238 Harrareet, Haya 240 Hardcastle, Anthony Bruce (1921-97) 115 Hardwick Hall, Derbys. 12 Harlem, New York 184 Harris, Eileen Joyce 27, 28, 29, 45, 78, 209 Harris, John Frederick 12, 27, 28, 45, 209 Hartley, Leslie Poles (1895-1972) 21 Harwell Atomic Research Establishment,

Oxon. 11 Haslam, Nicholas Ponsonby ‘Nicky’ 97 Hastings, Sir Max Hugh Macdonald 61 Haultain, Dr Linda 235

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