Potting work continues on Himalayan Acres. Here Chamundi Sabanathan (at the truck) and Ishani Alahan place one-gallon pots with small agave plants between the foxtail palms.
Durvasa Alahan puts some big agave in some big pots.
Ishani, Chamundi and Deva Seyon fill the one gallon pots with dirt, add two inches of wood chips and then a small agave plant. The plants are from the Aadheenam gardens where the agave grow abundantly.
We now have 300 one gallon plants and 300 one quart plants “cooking” in the nursery.
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Aum Shanti Greetings of Peace to all. jai Ganesa! You all make this look so easy and we know it is not. Thank you so very much for all the hard work that goes into maintaining this paradise that we all enjoy.Heartfelt love to you all and especially to my Kulapati and Kulamata Alahan Ji.Aum Namah Sivaya.
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