In South America where casca d’anta and pau-pra-tudo (Ant’s bark and Wood for everything) comes from its aromatic and spicy bark is cooked as an infusion against numerous complaints like problems with the digestion, nausea, pain, fever, spasms and inflammation. “Winter’s Bark” was named after Captain Winter, who discovered the anti-scurvy properties of the tree bark while on Sir Francis Drake’s expedition from England.
That’s how the horse field used to look like for quite a few years. Richard Hutchins proposed to build the new holiday homes on this part of the property, so not to destroy the arboretum. According to the application more than a dozen houses were to be built among the historical trees.