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Gertrude Jekyll 
garden designer, artist, editor (1843-1932)
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Date of birth29 November 1843
London
Date of death8 December 1932
Surrey
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Father
  • Edward Joseph Hill Jekyll
Mother
  • Julia Hammersley
Sibling
  • Caroline Jekyll
  • Herbert Jekyll
  • Walter Jekyll
Award received
  • Veitch Memorial Medal (1928)
  • Victoria Medal of Honour (1897)
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English: Gertrude Jekyll (1843-1932) was a renowned English garden designer, writer, and artist. She created over 400 gardens in the UK, Europe and the USA. Jekyll was one half of one of the most influential and historical partnerships of the Arts and Crafts movement, with her association with the English architect, Sir Edwin Lutyens, for whose projects she created numerous landscape gardens.

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