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Keeping Monet's Gardens Growing For 40 Years - Meet The Head Gardener At Giverny

Gilbert Vahé began work at Giverny when the restoration of the gardens first began in 1977, and (except for a five-year temporary retirement that ended this January) he's been there ever since, "work[ing] to maintain the original aesthetic - a certain profile of color and light - that corresponds to Monet's vision."
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