Have you seen some gardens in an abandoned lot, in a hydrant, in mailboxes and even in a pothole in you city? Then that is maybe the works of some guerrilla gardeners. Guerrilla gardening is gardening on land that you don’t have a right to utilize. Dated back in 1970s, it is often used as a means of protest, cultivate food, build a community and also to beautify the neighbourhood. Guerrilla gardening is usually done by using vacant lots for food production, planting seed bombs, and appropriating government-owned lots. Nowadays, you can see lots of guerrilla gardens growing around the world.
Learn more and view photos of guerrilla garden in Jen Wallace’s post : http://indiefixx.com/2013/04/15/when-a-garden-is-more-than-a-garden/