A swarm in May...is worth a load of hay.
This fine coloured print by Nicolas François and Genevieve Regnault shows all the details of Agrimony.
We joined in the formal opening of a wonderful exhibition at the Pharmacy Museum in Riga, Latvia.
Taking part in the conference courtesy of video-conferencing.
A really different poster with text from Dr Bach and pairs of images of the plants.
Essence-making is over for this year and we are sharing out the food from our garden.
The flowering Beech has so complex a structure that it is difficult to number
Gentian and Heather are the tail end of the essence-making year.
This is a basket of fruit just picked from the Cherry Plum trees.
Cerato flowers in bloom
Very great excitement when a swarm of bees arrived, just outside our front door.
Sometimes the very young leaves are red and only slowly turn to green.
Which are the most popular and least popular Bach essences in different countries?
In this deserted quarry it is one of the first plants to colonise the wasteland – Centaury is a courageous pioneer.
Cherry Plum is about brilliant energy and light – so uplifting after the weeks of storm and rain.
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