Henrietta Courtauld and Bridget Elworthy established their business – designing and planting gardens, as well as growing cut flowers – to research plant and soil health. Known as the Land Gardeners, the duo work with people to improve the health of their earth — and whether they’re creating beautiful gardens or farms brimming with biodiversity and life, it all begins with healthy soil.
To this end, Henrietta and Bridget have developed Climate Compost – an inoculum compost, abundant in naturally occurring soil microbes. Using just a small amount can add microlife to soils, increase nutrient density for produce, and help to sequester carbon more effectively. Worked directly into the soil or used as a liquid feed, used for inoculating seeds or adding a pinch when planting out seedlings, Climate Compost is exemplary of the adage that the best things come in (microscopically) small packages.