Reports from the guerilla gardening front line from the founder of Guerrilla Gardening dot org
A fantastical tiered pavement planter in Berlin. Could someone translate the German please. #gg
Bees and wasps are the new flight crew at Tempelhof Airport. I'm cycling the drizzly runway.
The streets of Berlin are paved in plants. Here is a splendid tree pit of marigolds on Lilienthalstrasse
Gave the perlagoniums a new home nr Alexanderplatz. With more black tulip bulbs for company #gg
Found some abandoned perlagonium on Auguststrasse. Will pimp a pavement with them #gg
Randomly discovered an English tour guide showing people the street art of Berlin. Here's Zoot?
And planting some black tulips in the pavement planter outside by the U-bahn
Admiring the Prinzessinengarten community garden and Land Reform wagon from the wrong side of their fence
Green Tulip signs mark official wild garden on Berlin traffic island. I love this place
"What I ate yesterday" The Times asked this funny question and published the answers today. Article here:
Spectating the marvellous site of trolley loads of seasonal bedding being planted at St James Park. No cuts here.
Litter bugging by the RMT picketers in our flower beds will not win them fans!
Made it. Gaby's turn to talk about guerrilla gardening here in Paris at Salon Marjolaine #gg
It's a nice park but Paris and I do not get on. Late for this mysterious event.
One hell of a haul of wind blown litter from the beds this afternoon.
Three of my photos of London guerrilla gardens in Trespass the new book
Scattering hollyhock and verbena bonariensis in Anmer churchyard, Norfolk #gg
Battled the tube, traffic and technology to show slides in Ruislip. Tea and biscuits now.
The start of a little more local tulip pavement pimping #gg
Or here's a chance to guerrilla garden the Tate Modern landscape of 2020
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