Farm Update

Open Day 16th July 2016

Celebrating 20 years of growing medicinal herbs! Join us for a relaxing, educational and inspiring day in beautiful Rutland. Programme 10.30 – Registration and refreshments 11.00 – ’20 Years – a Potted History’ Paul Chenery MNIMH 11.30 – Optional Factory Tour 11.45 – ‘Living Medicine’ by guest speaker Alex Laird MCPP 12.30 – Vegetarian Lunch […]

HRH Prince of Wales meets Rutland Biodynamics

Tussilago flowers seed in the early Spring at Rutland


REASON – they work better. Last year I was forcibly reminded of the benefits of making fresh plant preparations. I was treating a patient with acute bronchitis resistant to all my medicines. My bronchitis medicines are based on Coltsfoot syrup (Tussilago farfara) and I hadn’t picked any Coltsfoot for a couple of years. I bought […]

Bimosyn project progresses the development of environment-friendly and health-friendly pest control products

Rutland Biodynamics was chosen in 2008 to be one of six partners involved in a major EU study to reduce the use of pesticides in the environment. Research is showing that some herbal extracts are useful synergists that may help in the global preservation of wood. The Spanish Institute, Tecnalia, through its Construction Unit, is […]

Cancer seminar, Edinburgh May 21-22, with Chanchal Cabrera and Fiona Shakeela Burns

A two day intensive course for practitioners looking at ways to design individualized, rational and effective holistic treatment plans. This is a unique opportunity to hear two speakers who have between them over 30 years of experience in working with cancer. Click here for full details

NEW LAWS – what does it all mean for me?

Last updated on 10th July 2011 Rutland Biodynamics does not given legal advice and therefore what follows here is a personal opinion and only sets out to explain the company’s understanding at the time at which it was written. Law is made by Governments and by Courts, enforced by Governments but, finally only the Courts […]

London Herb Walks Summer 2011

Few places are richer in botanical life than our oldest cities and possibly none more so than London, one of the oldest trading capitals in the world. Christopher Hedley and Non Shaw are conducting a series of herb walks in London throughout this summer. Click here for full details, contact information and how to book: […]

Mid-summer's day and we're in the pink

Mid-summer’s day and we’re in the pink

Pink as far as you can see on mid-summer’s day. Half a million Damascene rose buds open in front of the more than two thousand organic Paeonia lactiflora, with a backdrop Rosa canina, cascading over hedges up to ten feet tall. The aroma is indescribably heavenly – as only English grown roses are. The aroma […]

September 19th 2010 Rutland Biodynamics Open Day: ‘Working with Nature’ with Christopher Hedley

This year’s theme, which Christopher is leading, is how to improve the robustness of herbal medicine in this country, by reducing dependence on international trade and by working with Nature on our doorsteps. The 19th September is a Sunday. Entry is by ticket only (£10 paid before 1st September, £20 after 1st September, £30 on […]

New streamlined sales office now open on the Rutland Farm

In September we were delighted to announce that our new sales office had finally opened on the farm. This is to allow us to re-focus on our core interests – professional service and quality. You can now email Alan Johnston at, fax 01572 770808 or telephone 01572 757440 Terrific discounts – plus free carriage […]