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Susie has been writing about gardens for the past thirty years, and her work has appeared in many magazines, including Homes and Gardens, Gardens Illustrated, Amateur Gardening, The English Garden, Pacific Horticulture, House and Garden, The Garden (Journal of the RHS), the Garden Design Journal and Herbs magazine. Her popular column for My Weekly magazine is a season long double page spread, inspiring readers through her descriptions of her own flower and vegetable growing.
Susie is also a regular columnist for the Northumbrian magazine and the Guardian Country Diary, and The English Garden ran a major 2 year series on how Susie and her husband David made their garden from scratch in Northumberland (written by Susie & featuring many of her own photos). Readers were able to follow the ups and downs, the experiments and excitement of creating a garden from a rock-strewn, weed-filled patch, turning it in to an ebullient, flowing, dynamic garden full of wildlife. Her book Gardens of Northumberland and the Borders is the definitive guide to gardens of the north and is illustrated with the photographs of Simon Fraser.