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Last week was Queensland Mental Health and the theme for this year was, "Take time - for mental health". One of the focus steps includes, taking time to embrace nature. On Tuesday during morning tea, the community gardeners spent their time outdoors, harvesting and planting. Upon our return after the spring break, we found that our coriander grew dramatically and was ready for harvesting- a task we all heavily anticipated. We gathered around the garden bed eagerly as some of us began to harvest our coriander and the others turned the soil to begin planting our mint and strawberry seedlings. Overall, the morning was filled with buzz of excitement and a lot of energy. Taking some time out of our stressful and work filled days to embrace nature allows us to reconnect and take a moment to appreciate our surroundings. Growing something allows us to take full responsibility of our plant and when it is ready to be harvested, the feeling is beyond rewarding. I can speak for everyone when I say planting and harvesting are our favourite parts of this whole experience!   

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Manesh Nair, Niranjana.jpgNiranjana Manesh Nair
Year 11 Student
Community Garden Member

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Last reviewed 23 October 2020
Last updated 23 October 2020