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...

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 sales@rutlandbio.com, fax 01572...

Open Days

This year’s theme, which Christopher is leading, is how to improve the robustness of herbal medicine in this country, by reducing dependance on international trade and by working with Nature on our doorsteps. September 19th Rutland Biodynamics Open Day....

Warming of the ground

The ground here in Rutland is slowing warming up (it’s ‘late’ land – slow to warm but slow to cool in the autumn). The only planting we have done so far is a few hundred Bulgarian Rosa damascena which we were fortunate to exchange with...