Sunday, October 25, was spent in prayer and labor in the Cathedral. Flowering and decorative deciduous shrubs are planted. A hibiscus hedge will now grow around the playground. The collection of cereals and steppe grasses has been expanded. The senior priest of the Cathedral planted sheferdiya shrub whose fruit contains vitamin C three times higher than sea buckthorn. Sheferdiya is also called “crucified berry” for its cross-shaped branches.
In the last warm days, come to pray and enjoy the incredible colors of autumn flowers that spread around the Cathedral! Sedge of Buchanan, gazania, matricaria, chrysanthemum, millet, cooper, yarrow, tsiniya, pennisetum, sage, fencing of giscosa… Yes, you will find all this in the Cathedral flower beds!