“With the desire to complement a healthy diet, I decided to make my own Homa garden and Homa orchard. Here, there is a gathering of positive feelings, subtle energies, fairies, and more through the ayurvedic Homa fires. We use the ashes of the Homa fires plus organic fertilizers. We rotate different species of plants every month.
We grow: cilantro, parsley, rosemary, mint, basil, oregano, chard, spinach, arugula, aloe vera, elderberries, peppers, carrots, beets, onions, cabbage, broccoli,radishes, tomatoes, ginger, asparagus, etc. On fruit trees, we have: pomegranate, lemons, oranges, grapefruit, mandarin, fig and avocado. Thy grow among roses, jasmine, birds of paradise, lilies, bromeliads, anthuriums and palms. And all this on only 200 m2. Of course, this is possible only with Homa ! The fruits and veggies are admired and desired by friends, neighbors and curious folks. My garden also supplies the organic store in the Homa Medical Center “Botica de la Abuela” with its rich and healthy variety. These healthy products enrich our daily lives. We consume succulent varieties of herbs, salads, vegetables and fruits, all with a wonderful taste.
These Homa products with their flavors, colors, smells and textures, etc. are highly superior to the conventional ones.
Mother Dora harvests and enjoys the fruits of her garden throughout the year.All is planted in a way that there is a continuous harvest.
Photos: 1) peppers (hot chilies)
2) Mrs. Dora enjoying a super-sized Homa fig.
3) Figs spring out of all branches of the small tree.
4) Varieties of lettuce are part of the daily food. Here the’ Roman’ variety
5) The nursery is very essential and important. And some seeds already come from the crops of this Homa garden.
Dora Ines Betancur Sanchez,
Armenia, Quindio, Colombia,