1st Rocklands cub pack painted a Woodlands garden purple, wearing their scout T-shirts and planting all things lavender.
They were joined by Washiela Isaacs, founder and owner of Seed to Food Organic Nursery, who donated purple onion, spinach and earthworm soil, to celebrate Garden Day on Sunday October 17.
Cubs are boys and girls, aged 7 to 10, who form part of the worldwide scout movement.
Garden Day is a chance for people across the country to down tools and celebrate their gardens.
The cub pack meets at 85 Broadway Circle, in Westgate, at 5pm, for an hour, every Friday.
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