flower remedies have been around for nearly seventy years. They work to
balance negative emotions. Yet right from the start there have been
persistent stories of people using them to help plants cope with
upheavals like frost and transplanting, and even with blight and
The author, an expert on Dr Bach's system
who has worked at the Bach Centre in the UK for more than a quarter
century, was intrigued by these stories, and has collected them together
for this book. Practitioners and correspondents around the world sent
in their experiences on using remedies in the garden. In examining them,
Ball looks at the possible reasons why a therapy that deals with mental
states could help living things that do not have 'minds'...
This is the result. It's not the last word, but it may encourage you to try using the remedies in your own garden.This new 2023 edition of the book has been fully revised by the author.