Sowing seeds for a bountiful future

Ting showing his ornamental plants which he successfully cultivated at the Teratai Hijau Harmony community garden. — Photos: S.S. KANESAN, AZMAN GHANI, LOW LAY PHON/The Star

COMMUNITY gardens play a special role in fostering closer ties among residents.

Being able to share the fruits of their labour with other needy residents as well as agricultural knowledge has helped community gardeners foster camaraderie and develop a sense of purpose, which has become especially useful during the Covid-19 pandemic period.

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