As the climate changes, attacks by pests and pathogens increase and the urbanisation of our green spaces continues relentlessly, which trees should we be planting now, to revitalise and help protect the landscapes in which we live? Barbara Segall writes in Garden Design Journal. As featured in the October 2022 issue of Garden Design Journal. Copyright…
Every year, Alan Gray and his husband Graham Robeson coax from their garden a colourfully ebullient last hurrah. As featured in the October 2022 issue of The English Garden.
Pre-registered SGD member John Davies’ design for a small garden has given the new kitchen-dining room a gloriously natural setting and turned its owner into an enthusiastic gardener. Barbara Segall explores a unique garden in north London. As featured in the July issue of Garden Design Journal, copyright Society of Garden Designers, sgd.org.uk
Barbara Segall interviews designer Janey Auchincloss about how she experimented to create her small Suffolk garden, for the RHS’s The Garden magazine.
Constrained by city living, Rajat Jindal longed for freedom. He found that at Church Cottage in Suffolk, where areas of tightly clipped formality now contrast with an expansive natural meadow.
Barbara Segall was interviewed by Charlotte Smith-Jarvis as part of the ‘Love Where You Live’ series in the East Anglian Daily Times on 12 February 2022.
The classic Janey Auchincloss design at Suffolk’s Holm House has been developed by the property’s new owners and is now maturing beautifully alongside a more recently acquired six-acre wildflower meadow with a tranquil lake at its heart. Barbara Segall’s article was published in the January 2022 edition of The English Garden magazine.
Versatile campanulas will work everywhere, from the back of borders to hanging baskets, writes Barbara Segall for Garden News (3 July 2021). Campanulas, or bellflowers, come in a range of heights, from ground-level scramblers to tall and stately back-of-the-border favourites. There are more than 450 species, so there’s bound to be one or two that…
How to make a herb garden from scratch with information about preparing your space and choosing and buying your plants and design (including for small spaces) for the Candide Gardening app and website.
By adding a contemporary studio building alongside Edwardian Grove Cottage in Suffolk, designer Janey Auchincloss and her husband John have been left with a hidden, cloistered space in which they have created a sheltered garden filled with flamboyant delights. Barbara Segall’s article is published in the Spring 2021 edition of The English Garden magazine.