Chamomile harvest is over for another year, and what a year it has been! The very dry spring meant the chamomile did not start growing until late in the season, followed by the heatwaves of June (remember those!) the flowers
We are open to the public for one week of the year. However some visitors arrive all the time as this short video shows.
In one of our Facebook posts this week, #TipTuesday, we referenced a Blog Post by James Wong on growing a chamomile lawn from the contents of a chamomile tea bag. I’m not sure I’m convinced of how effective this would
It’s a breezy day down here on the farm but as you can see from th video below the flowers are out and ready to greet you at our Open Days next week!