The Londonist checks in with Richard Reynolds, the man credited with planting the seeds for the guerrilla gardening movement, during a recent tour of some of his handiwork that had been arranged by the Museum of London.

The Londonist checks in with Richard Reynolds, the man credited with planting the seeds for the guerrilla gardening movement, during a recent tour of some of his handiwork that had been arranged by the Museum of London. This last fact speaking volumes about the current state of a movement that though once clandestine, has emerged into the light of day. While this isn’t a sign that guerilla gardening has gone mainstream, it does point to how far the movement has come in it’s five years, particularly in the eyes of local government and law enforcement officials. Both sides appear to be warming to the idea of working together when necessary (albeit still somewhat contentiously), given the beneficial, often beautiful, results.

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