July’s Short Cycle report emphasizes nature’s infinite beauty found not only in the Ashram’s greenhouses but also across the Ashram gardens and grounds. This gift of divine beauty is offered to the beholder in the diverse fauna and flora and all of its patterns, texture, size, shape, and color.
Harvests continue to be bountiful and inclue an African oil palmito weighing in at 8kg, a new radish variety grown for gourmet seed pods, and snow peas thanks to a monumental trellis built by Ajata.
Seed saving, one of the pillars of the Sat Yoga Premaculture endeavor, also continues to offer abundance and surprises. The SC team witnessed success with our Ashram’s heirloom greenbean as well as parsnip which finally flowered after a year of waiting.
Learn more about this and much more, including the outer completion of Jagadamba Kanyaka, in the July short cycle report. In-joy!