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A year in the garden

In the first of our year-long series of columns with biodynamic beauty pioneers, Weleda, we take a walk around the beginnings of spring with Claire Hattersley, garden manager for the UK
Claire Hattersley works in conjunction with the earth’s rhythms and planetary infl uences

The spring equinox is always a significant marker. It’s when the rollercoaster of the growing season starts to gather momentum. The influences of light and warmth increase, and the soil begins to warm up, heralding a ‘wake-up’ call for all life in the Weleda garden. It’s an exciting time.

Biodynamic farming has its own way of doing things, and there can be common misunderstandings, simply because we don’t really conform to a modern scientific framework. We’re working with ‘invisible life forces’ – which sounds kooky – but biodynamics knows that not all life processes can be reduced to a simple physical or chemical reaction.

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