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Guerrilla gardening is the act of gardening on land that the gardeners do not have the legal rights to utilize, such as an abandoned site, an area that is not being cared for, or private property. It encompasses a diverse range of people and motivations, ranging from gardeners who spill over their legal boundaries to gardeners with political influences who seek to provoke change by using guerrilla gardening as a form of protest or direct action. This practice has implications for land rights and land reform; aiming to promote re-consideration of land ownership in order to assign a new purpose or reclaim land that is perceived to be in neglect or misused.

The land that is guerrilla gardened is usually abandoned or perceived to be neglected by its legal owner. That land is used by guerrilla gardeners to raise plants, frequently focusing on food crops or plants intended for aesthetic purposes.

Some guerrilla gardeners carry out their actions at night, in relative secrecy, to sow and tend a new vegetable patch or flower garden in an effort to make the area of use and/or more attractive. Some garden at more visible hours for the purpose of publicity, which can be seen as a form of activism… Wikipedia

guerilla_gardening.jpg We do not care about why you want to be Guerrilla Gardener, but primary purpose of this text is to learn and teach how to “create something from almost nothing”. You can just take something that is normally available, seeds, part of parsley, freely growing young tree that will be soon killed by dry weather or just by city gardeners, because it is growing on wrong place etc.

We can make our town more beautiful, we can plant something that will be eatable for animals or even for people.

Winter is relative good time to prepare yourself.

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What to plant

Edible

Non-edible