A community garden needs one special ingredient to make it great – community! Everybody in the neighbourhood has something valuable to contribute to this garden and the CottonTree Community Garden is encouraging all local community members to be a part of it. Come to one of our meetings (held monthly on the third Wednesday of every month, become a friend of the garden and share your ideas or skills, nominate yourself for a committee position, propagate seedlings – there are lots of ways you can get involved:

Thursday, April 5, 2012

March saw just under 400mm of rain fall around Cotton Tree with the community garden and local streets covered with water. Thankfully the garden come out pretty much unscathed with only the banana circle being its only victim.
While I'm on about the bananas, they have produced their first crop with all five trees producing one bunch of bananas. I for one am looking forward to tasting these little morsels.

Locals row through a Sunshine Coast car park. 
Photo: <B><A href= http://www.sunshinecoastdaily.com.au/ > Sunshine Coast Daily </a></b>
                                          Locals row up Beach Parade Cotton Tree. Photo: Sunshine Coast Daily

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