Green thumbs will continue to be nurtured at the newly established community garden in East Devonport. The garden’s official opening was held&nbsp;on Thursday. East Devonport&nbsp;Child and Family Centre community inclusion worker Sue Horton said the community garden concept sprouted at a breakfast club. “Mike and I were chatting away about the importance of gardens&nbsp;then we thought what is stopping us and it was money that was stopping us,” she said. Ms Horton said grants and assistance to create the garden&nbsp;were received from many people and organisations including former Braddon MP Brett Whiteley and Housing Choices Tasmania. The garden&nbsp;has been used by children of all ages since August, growing food for not only themselves but the wider East Devonport community. East Devonport Primary School chaplain Mike Lizotte said creating awareness about healthy eating and the benefits of doing it together were outcomes from the garden.