Secret Gardening Movement Uses Plants As Nature’s Graffiti

Secret Gardening Movement Uses Plants As Nature’s Graffiti
Design

Guerilla landscapers plant illegally on abandoned or neglected property and create green spaces in unlikely places.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 5 june 2013

Instead of guns in their hands they clutch spades and rakes. Instead of bullets and bombs, they have seeds and plants. Those are the guerilla gardeners, a type of soldiers of nature if you will. Guerilla gardeners find small or large patches of abandoned or neglected land and turn them into flowerbeds and gardens without permission from the landowner or authorities.

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