Barbara Segall explores Bernard Tickner’s former garden at Fullers Mill in Suffolk, which is now cared for by horticultural charity Perennial and maintained in harmony with its creator’s vision. Barbara Segall’s article is published in the March 2021 edition of The English Garden magazine.
Naturalistic planting has softened the framework of this former working farmyard in Worcestershire where Kim and Rob Hurst run The Cottage Herbery. Barbara Segall’s article is published in the January 2021 edition of The English Garden magazine.
Ulting Wick in Essex is known for its spring displays of tulips, but Philippa Burrough’s garden is just as colourful in autumn, when dahlias and exotic foliage reach their peak. Barbara Segall’s article is published in the October 2020 edition of The English Garden magazine.
Barbara Segall, author of Secret Gardens of East Anglia, tells Garden News (11 July 2020) about Helmingham Hall Gardens in Suffolk. ‘No matter how often I go, it never fails to be lovely,’ she says.
My piece on Tinkers Green Farm in Essex, where crisp lawns, clipped box and flamboyant borders create a glorious union of formality and exuberance. Published in Country Living magazine, June 2020.
My piece on why I treasure the old-fashioned turquoise-blue china vase my Scottish grandmother gave me as a child was published in the January 2019 issue of RHS’s The Garden magazine. First published in The Garden, magazine of the RHS, January 2019. rhs.org.uk
Of all the trees that we nurture in our gardens there is one beyond all the others that we bring across the threshold into the house each year… the Christmas tree. Barbara Segall writes about her book The Christmas Tree for the Bury and West Suffolk magazine December 2018 edition. Read the article.
Winters in Suffolk are usually mild, so when a rectory garden is covered in a snowy blanket its beauty can be appreciated in a whole new sparkling light. Published in Homes & Gardens magazine. © Homes & Gardens, published DECEMBER 2018. Twitter: @Homesandgardensuk Facebook: @homesandgardens Instagram @homesandgardensuk
A small street profile belies the size of the garden – and meadow – behind Orchard House in Sudbury, Suffolk, and the challenges the sloping site posed for its owners. Barbara Segall explores a fascinating town garden. First published in The Garden June 2018 issue www.rhs.org.uk
The September 2017 issue of The English Garden published a Q&A with Barbara Segall about her book Secret Gardens of East Anglia, co-authored with the photographer Marcus Harpur.