by Jo Metson Scott
Jo Metson Scott is a photographer based in London. Her work for clients such as The New York Times, Le Monde, The Telegraph, Holiday Magazine and Twin Magazine takes her all over the world. Her second passion after photography is planting and sowing. Her work can be found at www.jometsonscott.com.
John Tebbs is the founder of The Garden Edit. He also writes a fortnightly garden page for M Le Magazine du Monde - the weekend magazine for the French newspaper, Le Monde.
“Last year Jo and I worked on a special garden issue for M Le Magazine du Monde. They wanted to feature a garden in England, so I choose Great Dixter in East Sussex. Originally the family home of Christopher Lloyd, the renowned writer and plantsman, Great Dixter is one of my favourite English gardens as it is somewhat eccentric and throughly charming. Made up of a collection of gardens within a garden, there is always something to see. When we visited in early summer, the various meadows and the long border were in full swing.”