Richard Reynolds


Reports from the guerilla gardening front line from the founder of Guerrilla Gardening dot org

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Sorting the wheat from the chaff or whatever the lavender equivalent is for these terms (seeds from stems I suppose) for more #gg pillows

A construction crew in San Diego have unexpectedly enlarged Ava 949's pavement guerrilla garden!

Guerrilla tulip planting with my twin and his guerrilla fairy nieces outside Brockwell Park #gg

The coldest guerrilla gardening ever. Weeding at zero degrees in Kensal Green. Tea please! #gg

And it wouldn't feel right to leave this pavement without a little planting. A token 6 yellow pansies

National Tree Week begins with deforestation. I'm removing two vulnerable magnolia from Borough Rd SE1

Guerrilla Verbena bonariensis in SE1 #gg weeded / pinched from Tom Hart Dyke's garden by a kindly volunteer from Meopham

Well that's a first: free sandwiches donated by a passer by from Darwin's Deli. Survival of the fittest assured.

Hollyhock in. Dandelions, tin cans and big leaves out. At Westminster Bridge Rd #gg with Marco

Deciding what to be plant out at 6 tonight. Westminster Bridge Rd. Come if you're free.

To be admired? Camden's use of ad budget to get discussions going about budget cuts. Say it with flowers.

Adding more white guerrilla tulips on London Rd SE1 Fridays nasty accident #gg

Getting inspiration for St Georges Circus from Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee 1897

Distributed most of my bucket of tulips at the Evening Standard's party at Millbank for the influential.

Taking a look at the Triangle Playground at Oval on my way to present Jim it's chairman a prize at Our Heroes 2010

Painting my tulip bucket for tomorrow evening's party to recruit influential Londoners.

Planted yellow crocus and white tulip in a St Georges Rd tree pit on the way home from work. #gg

Dropped off Lyla on the central reservation of the Old Kent Rd to plant black tulips and yellow crocus while I went to the hardware store #gg

The new Rosa Rose garden lives on nearby. Sunflowers, assorted veg and a spiral herb garden from old bricks

My third visit in four years to the Rosa Rose garden. From blooms to dust. R.I.P.