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Its founder was [[Garth Gardener|Garth Greenhand]], who wore a crown of vines and flowers and was said to have made the land bloom. Many of the noble houses of the Reach, including [[House Tyrell]], trace their descent to him.
 
Its founder was [[Garth Gardener|Garth Greenhand]], who wore a crown of vines and flowers and was said to have made the land bloom. Many of the noble houses of the Reach, including [[House Tyrell]], trace their descent to him.
   
The Gardeners became extinct when [[Aegon I Targaryen|Aegon the Conqueror]] invaded Westeros. The King of the Reach, [[Mern Gardener|Mern IX]] joined forces with the [[King of the Rock]], [[Loren Lannister|Loren I]] to make battle against the invaders. In the battle, that became known as the [[Field of Fire]], King Mern died incinerated when Aegon unleashed his three dragons, [[Vhagar]], [[Meraxes]] and [[Balerion]] the Black Dread, against the combined forces of the Reach and the Rock. Afterward, King Mern's steward, Harlen Tyrell, surrendered the Reach to Aegon.
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The Gardeners became extinct when [[Aegon I Targaryen|Aegon the Conqueror]] invaded Westeros. The King of the Reach, [[Mern Gardener|Mern IX]] joined forces with the [[King of the Rock]], [[Loren Lannister|Loren I]] to make battle against the invaders. In the battle, that became known as the [[Field of Fire]], King Mern died incinerated when Aegon unleashed his three dragons, [[Vhagar]], [[Meraxes]] and [[Balerion]] the Black Dread, against the combined forces of the Reach and the Rock. Afterward, King Mern's steward, Harlen Tyrell, surrendered the Reach to Aegon.<ref>"The Complete Guide to Westeros: House Lannister" featurette, Season 1 Blu Ray boxset</ref>
   
 
== See also ==
 
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*[http://awoiaf.westeros.org/index.php/House_Gardener House Gardener at A Wiki of Ice and Fire]
 
*[http://awoiaf.westeros.org/index.php/House_Gardener House Gardener at A Wiki of Ice and Fire]
   
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[[Category:Noble houses|Gardener]]
 
[[Category:Noble houses|Gardener]]

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House Gardener is an extinct Great House of Westeros, dating back to the time in which the First Men ruled the entire continent. Prior to the Targaryen conquest, they ruled as Kings of the Reach.

Its founder was Garth Greenhand, who wore a crown of vines and flowers and was said to have made the land bloom. Many of the noble houses of the Reach, including House Tyrell, trace their descent to him.

The Gardeners became extinct when Aegon the Conqueror invaded Westeros. The King of the Reach, Mern IX joined forces with the King of the Rock, Loren I to make battle against the invaders. In the battle, that became known as the Field of Fire, King Mern died incinerated when Aegon unleashed his three dragons, Vhagar, Meraxes and Balerion the Black Dread, against the combined forces of the Reach and the Rock. Afterward, King Mern's steward, Harlen Tyrell, surrendered the Reach to Aegon.[1]

See also

References

  1. "The Complete Guide to Westeros: House Lannister" featurette, Season 1 Blu Ray boxset

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