About the farm

Hare Krishna! Vancouver Pushpanjali Flower Farm is a non profit small-scale ecologically-sustainable farm (0.5+ acres) operation located at ISKCON Vancouver. Following the instructions of Founder-acharya His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, we use ecological farming practices to grow beautiful flowers for the community, Temple offerings and festivals.

The Farm is also an instrument to engage the community in devotional service and training. Local agriculture can also keep our community well-fed, healthy, and enjoying the simple and joyful act of connecting to the Earth through fresh, flavourful offerings and simple living; which in turn directly follows Prabhupada's vision and instructions on self sufficiency: 'high thinking and simple living'.

Caring for the Earth and all its beings

Our commitment to ecological sustainability is not just a practical decision, but a spiritual one as well. We believe that it is our responsibility to care for the Earth and all its beings. As we work to preserve and restore the land, we feel a sense of purpose and meaning that goes beyond just providing flowers for our customers.

  • Harmony

    Our mission is to cultivate beauty and abundance in harmony with nature, using regenerative and sustainable practices that nourish the earth and support the well-being of our community.

  • Community First

    To educate and engage our community about the importance of sustainable agriculture and the role of flowers in creating a healthier and more beautiful world.

  • Spiritual Growth

    We strive to create a sacred space for personal and spiritual growth, where we can connect both with the natural world and the Divine, and offer our flowers as a means of bringing joy and healing to others.

  • Inspire

    To serve as a model for other small-scale farmers in the region, showing that it is possible to grow flowers in a way that is both profitable and respectful of the environment.

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Cultivating a deeper connection with nature

Through our small-scale flower farm, we have the opportunity to share our love for the Earth and its beauty with others. As we sell our flowers and interact with our customers, we hope to inspire and encourage them to also cultivate a deeper connection with nature. By fostering a sense of reverence and respect for the Earth, we believe we can contribute to a more harmonious and compassionate world.

Pushpanjali is Sanskrit for Flower Offering

Pushpanjali is a Sanskrit term that means "offering of flowers." It is a traditional practice with ancient roots from India, in which flowers are offered as a form of tribute or devotion to a deity or holy figure. The offering of flowers is meant to symbolize the offering of one's thoughts, prayers, and devotion to the divine. It is often accompanied by chanting, singing, and other devotional practices, and is seen as a way to show respect and honor to the divine.

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