We moved into the next phase of volunteer help, which began with the first working bee. Parents and friends began shaping the garden. Over one morning the beds were formed, some examples of vegetables and sunflower seeds planted, wood stumps carved, and posts for the garden fence were installed.
- Sunflowers appear!
- Regular weeding of paths and garden beds.
- Watermelon and sunflowers! A perfect summer combination.
- Our first harvest! Co - op members with kale and flowers to brighten up the Health food store entrance.
- A month later, and the garden is taking shape, with plants establishing as the beds settle.
- Kate, walking and talking through the garden with supporter Darryl from Queensland Water and Land care group.