Persevering and not letting giving up be an option, Mr Ganesh and his family pushed on to ensure that the plants were well-maintained and happy. Along with this, many more people started walking the hill because of the beautiful planting, and this gave rise to many lovely new friendships between residents as well as visitors. People came from near and far and shared how the garden helped them forget their worries and problems and how it served as a beacon of new hope, proving to be a place of mental wellbeing as well.
As time went on, visitors started to request to volunteer to offer their own contribution in the upkeep of the garden and its walkways and this group has been steadily growing over the years. In 2021, the laying of a waterpipe for the garden and its establishment as a community garden brought tremendous growth and helped the garden expand further onto the lower, flatter regions of the slope. This allowed groups who could not scale the hill to be able to enjoy the garden as well.