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Twinsburg -- Many people reaped the benefits of hard work and dedication this year at the Twinsburg Community Gardens.
Unfortunately, the gardening season is coming to a close Oct. 28, according to the Twinsburg Parks and Recreation Department.
Before the gates close, parks and rec officials ask that gardeners visit their plot one last time to make sure that all stakes, strings, plastic, tomato cages, hoses and other items are removed.
If it is a 3-year plot, the garden can remain as-is.
Moving forward, Twinsburg Parks and Recreation will continue to offer plots and hopes to see new faces in 2017. Participating gardeners from 2016 can expect a letter in the coming days through the mail.
City residents can renew current plots now through Feb. 17, 2017. Gardeners cannot change or reserve new plots until open registration for residents takes place Feb. 21, 2017. Non-residents can register for any remaining plots March 13, 2017.
Gardeners who reserved a plot for 2016, but did not plant a garden and the area became filled with weeds and maintained by the city, will not be able to renew the plot until open resident registration Feb. 21, 2017.
Twinsburg Parks and Recreation thanks those who participated in 2016.