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is a British plantswoman, garden designer and author best known for creating the Beth Chatto Gardens near Elmstead Market in the English county of Essex.She is also known for writing several books on gardening for specific conditions.Chatto began exhibiting her unusual varieties at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in 1977, winning a remarkable 10 consecutive gold medals for her displays.In the following year Chatto launched her first book, The Dry Garden, and since then has gone on to write 7 more, in addition to innumerable articles and lectures worldwide. And it shows; the Beth Chatto Gardens are an absolute delight, covering 5 acres, and providing something to see throughout the entire year.Here's a look at the four main areas of the garden: Scree Garden Near the entrance to the garden is this newest area of planting, made of raised beds centred on an eye-catching Judas Tree.The species in the beds are smaller plants, selected for drought resistance.This area comes as a huge surprise in dry Essex after walking through the entrance Gravel Garden.
The Beth Chatto Gardens comprise a varied range of planting sites totalling five acres, including dry, sun baked gravel, water and marginal planting, woodland, shady, heavy clay and alpine planting, and now include the Gravel Garden, Woodland Garden, Water Garden, Long Shady Walk, Reservoir Garden (currently undergoing development) and Scree Garden.
Faced with all kinds of difficult conditions Beth and Andrew Chatto set out to find homes for many of the plants they wished to grow.
With dry and damp soil in both sun and shade, they were able put into practice the underlying principles of what is now referred to as "Ecological gardening".
She has lectured throughout the UK, the United States, Canada, Australia, the Netherlands and Germany.
Her gardening and writing use the principle of the right plant for the right place, developed from her husband Andrew Chatto's lifelong research into the origin of garden plants.