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The Late Bloomers Community Garden officially opened Saturday, May 20, in Spring Hill, with the ceremonial planting of sunflower seeds by the Kiwanis Club of Spring Hill, Thompson’s Station’s Builder’s Club from Heritage Middle School, and the Kiwanis Summit High School Key Club. The Spring Hill Fire Department also came out to water the seeds with a fire hose!
The new community garden, created in partnership with the City of Spring Hill, is located on Public Works property adjacent to the Waste Water Treatment Plant, at 3893 Mahlon Moore Road. The garden is being headed up by the Senior Adult Advocacy Council, a City committee empowering and providing resources for seniors in Spring Hill, along with in-kind services contributed by the City.