The professional friendship between artist Gertrude Jekyll and architect Edwin Lutyens spanned 30 years and produced over 100 distinctive properties; their collaboration proved larger than the sum of their individual talents. Influenced by the Arts & Crafts movement, this renowned pair developed ingenious yet handsome garden architecture coupled with planting schemes that are still imitated today. This lecture makes a chronological journey through seven horticultural masterpieces that stand as living monuments to their continued celebrity.