The school can expect to face some challenges in sustaining its educational garden. Gardens often spring up with enthusiasm and loads of energy, but suffer declining interest and lack of commitment after they are established.
Continuing to seek out and cultivate relationships with garden participants within both the school and community is key to sustaining a successful garden.
Integration of the garden across teaching and learning goals is essential to the gardenís success.
Some schools face challenges that are unique to their circumstances.
Losing key staff can be challenging but also an opportunity to recruit new staff with fresh ideas.