Spring has sprung over many parts of the US, and now that the earth is beginning to wake back up from a hard winter, it's time to decorate.
Gardeners across the nation are pulling off their gloves and giving their green thumbs some much needed sunshine and dirt. But there is a new form of gardener who is helping to spruce up sad, drab, public spaces. Meet the Guerrilla Gardener.
Based on the idea that even ugly spaces like abandoned construction sites, medians, vacant lots, etc. should not be deprived of beautiful flowers, Guerrilla Gardeners set out (usually under the cloak of darkness) and bring life to these otherwise neglected spaces.
Some Guerrilla Gardeners really perk up a dead space with potted plants, bushes and other garden art, but my favorite type of Guerrilla Gardener is much more sneaky. They unleash their beautification with more covert seedpods. Read More