It’s a cold and frosty start to December. The chamomile fields are covered in frost as the temperature dropped to below zero for the third night in a row. That’s not a problem for the chamomile, it’s a hardy little
Unfortunately the weather has beaten us on our planned photo workshop! The forecast for Wednesday 29th is rain, so rather than have lots of soggy photographers getting cold and miserable we’re cancelling tomorrow’s workshop. You are very welcome to our
I have read various articles recently alluding to a sharp decline in the rabbit population in the UK. Not the case on this farm as you can see in the photo a very bare patch in the corner of Home
We may be in the depths of winter, although you wouldn’t know it from today’s temperatures, but think ahead to the long sunny days of summer – What better way to spend a few hours than enjoyng the sights, smells
Now all the crops are harvested the deer tend to keep to field margins and areas of cover. In the clip below you can see a rare video capture of them in their darker winter coats. Merry Christmas from !
One of the most popular activities at our open days in June this year was sampling a cup of chamomile tea made from the fresh flowers. Everyone who tried the infusions enjoyed the experience whether they were regular chamomile tea
What a wet week that was! Not good for the harvest! Thankfully we’d made a start on the milling wheat so that was safely in the store before the heavens opened. Wet weather brings the combine harvesters to a complete