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Got some time after a busy day at school.


I was somewhat busy so I couln’t upload the pictures of our hard work.I’m doing that now.I hope our hard work will pay better in future.

The piece of land that we worked on looked like this.

My students are really working hard

After some time the little ones joined us

Small hands but BIG help

Changes have started to be seen

A little rest after such a hard work

My husband is helping us despite of his hectic schedule.So sweet of him

One of my student needed a little First Aid

All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy

I had no heart to throw away this little one.But I had to so I thought ofpicturing it

At last………….. I will be planting these and blog my garden

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Such lovely photos and your little helpers look very happy

23 Jun, 2010


Looks like you have a great band of helpers there camillia! They've done you proud.

You have a lot of healthy looking plants ready to go in so look forward to more pics when they're sorted!
Good luck! :o))

23 Jun, 2010


what a wonderful project spanning a good age range too. you have some very healthy looking plants too.

23 Jun, 2010


Thankyou all for the comments.In fact I run a school with about 800 students.There age range is 4-15.Some of them stay in hostel.The helpers were from that lot.It would't have been possible without their help.I just hope that they keep a little corner in their hearts for the sustainable green earth.

24 Jun, 2010


Thank you for the new pics Camillia, what a great job, the plants look great too

24 Jun, 2010


Thanks Dido.Its really kind of you to say so.

24 Jun, 2010


What a lot of hard work going on. It's nice to see it all taking shape.

24 Jun, 2010


Thanks Hywel.It was all because of GoY and you people and of course the children.

24 Jun, 2010


I'm glad we helped. And well done to the children :o)

24 Jun, 2010


So nice to see the children helping to put a bit of effort into cleaning up the garden! I hope they will learn to look after the green Earth, too, when they are older, it's much more fragile than we ever imagined.

Great to see so many photos of all your helpers & also the plants you are going to put in. I'm looking forward to seeing more photos of them in the coming months.

24 Jun, 2010


I am eager too to display them.

25 Jun, 2010


This looks a wonderful project! What are the plants you will be growing here?

18 Aug, 2010


Thanks Elke.Summer are really harse here so we have just decided no plants for this time.But as the days start becoming milder, we will be growing marigold,salvia,dainthus,sweet william and some other plants there.I will certainly post some photos then.

19 Aug, 2010


I'm looking forward to seeing more photos of them in the coming months. :-)

19 Aug, 2010

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