It’s the second week in November, the weather has turned distinctly chilly even down in sunny Sidlesham so I am guessing a lot of people’s thoughts will be turning to Christmas presents! Look no further – we already have two
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
Sorry it’s been such a long time since my last post but a lot has been happening here on the farm to keep me away from my computer. The fields are all empty now except for stacks of straw bales
Chamomile harvest is nearly here! After a very successful week of Open Days we’re now preparing for harvest. The steam boiler is ready to go and we’re just finishing some last minute adjustments to our forage harvester which loads the
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!
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
We took a short break on the island of Cephalonia and came across this crowd on an evening stroll. I thought the bells would be a nice addition to our collection of relaxing sounds. Chamomile is a popular herb on
The bees need all the help they can get and this short video from the British Beekeepers Association gives details of how you can help provide the flowers they need whether you have a few thousand acres or a window
For those of you who enjoyed last week’s birdsong here’s another relaxing sound recorded at Selsey Bill this morning.
I was picking up the grass after I’d mown the “football pitch/car park” next to our farmyard yesterday morning when I became aware of this wonderful noise, so I set my phone up on the boom of the loader and