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Photographing at the Weldeda Biodynamic Garden in Wetzgau

As a result of my photography in Ness Gardens, I was invited to Germany to go and see the Weleda Garden at Wetzgau, the largest medicinal garden in Europe. Weleda’s approach to health care is based on the principles of Dr Rudolf Steiner and Dr Ita Wegman who were looking to develop a system that used natural ingredients. This led to the creation of the world’s first biodynamic garden. Biodynamics refers to understanding that soil, plants, animals and humans need to work together as a whole, and where chemicals are forbidden. The place was humming with bees.

weleda biodynamic garden at wetzgau in germany

weleda biodynamic garden at wetzgau in germany

weleda biodynamic garden at wetzgau in germany

weleda biodynamic garden at wetzgau in germany

weleda biodynamic garden at wetzgau in germany

weleda biodynamic garden at wetzgau in germany

weleda biodynamic garden at wetzgau in germany