The most sustainable way to enjoy flowers in winter
During the winter months we do not produce cut flowers at Daylesford, so bulbs are a way in which we can grow our own seasonal, organic flowers sustainably. Bulbs in pots last longer than cut flowers and because you can replant and grow again, they are good value for money. Next time you visit our […]
Striving for sustainability in 2019
This piece was originally written for Hip & Healthy to share some handy tips and practical tricks to be more sustainable in your day to day life. It is through collective responsibility that real change happens. By making the smallest adjustments to our individual habits, we have the power to drive impactful, enduring change on […]
Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Repair, Recycle, Rehome, Rot
The General Manager of our Pimlico farmshop, Will Dennis, has been a driving force of many of our sustainability projects at Daylesford. Here, Will explains how we have come a long way since the environmental movement coined the phrase “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle” in the 1970s and how we try to follow the extended list at Daylesford. Making a few […]
What does sustainability really mean?
These days, when you open a newspaper, turn on the TV or check social media you are likely to spot a mention of “sustainability” before long. Whatever the topic, be it politics, fashion, food, transport, agriculture or relationships, “sustainability” seems to be the latest buzzword thrown around at every opportunity. As the use of the […]