大多數花在今年夏天被移走，管理這塊土地的山谷到海岸房屋公司說，它 "尊重當地社區的感受"，但有些花已經變得 "風化"。
As you walk into the school, photos of that smile greet you, along with Logan's name written in his own handwriting - his small hand still learning to stay steady as he formed his letters.
For Jane Prelogauskas and her staff, it has been an unimaginably difficult 16 months trying to help young children understand why one of their friends is no longer there.
"So we wanted to remember him and the children wanted to have a little garden that they could use if they lost any loved ones or pets, so we have a lovely garden outside for him."
"And for the staff as well, to always replenish it with flowers because the staff have been through a lot in losing Logan. Because he was part of our school family."
The majority of them were removed this summer, and Valleys to Coast Housing, which manages the land, said it was "respectful of the feelings of the local community" but that some had become "weathered".
There are still discussions going on about a more permanent memorial for the young boy, with hopes one could be in place in the new year.