The Land Gardeners

Henrietta Courtauld and Bridget Elworthy established The Land Gardeners in 2012 to research plant and soil health. Their aim is to work with gardeners and farmers to improve the health of the land – creating healthy plants, gardens and farms brimming with biodiversity and life – all founded on healthy soil. The Land Gardeners ran an organic cut flower business from their garden in Oxfordshire, they design gardens, and they make and sell microbial compost to gardeners and farmers. They have written three books – “Clive Nichols English Gardens”, “The Land Gardeners Cut Flowers”, and their latest book, “The Land Gardeners Soil to Table” which reflects their overriding passion for the link between soil health and the food we eat.