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    Session 3: Sweet Marigold (17 April)

    Under the thorough care of the members of the Shoreside Planting Crew , the Mexican mints that were planted in March were still full of fragrance. This time, instructor Agnes brought us the seedlings of sweet marigold. Its nickname is Lucida, which means “dazzling” and “bright”. It can be ornamental or edible.

    Sustainable urban planting is an indispensable element to environmental protection, so the instructor Angel invited the members to bring reusable materials, combined with creativity and observation within the community to make ornaments related to the dock, so as to repel the greedy birds. In addition to focusing on planting, the Shoreside Planting Crew also thought about how to balance the relationship between planting and the environment, and to use creativity to cope with difficulties.