Guerilla Gardening

Guerilla gardening is a fun way to brighten up the local neighborhood and get messy with the kids. Just grab some seeds or plants and find a sad, forgotten garden bed in a park or other public space and go for it!  There's really no wrong way to guerilla garden but here are a few tips to help get the best results: -choose hardy plant varieties.  -plant just before predicted rain.  -Seed bombs are a great way to get seeds to spots with difficult access.  -bring water.  -think carefully about where you plant, you'll need somewhere that gets sun and rain, somewhere that won't get dug up or mowed and preferably have good soil. Old garden beds are great. -keep an eye on the 'sad plant' racks at Bunnings/Masters where you can pick up some great bargain plants perfect for gg.  

Guerilla gardening is a fun way to brighten up the local neighborhood and get messy with the kids. Just grab some seeds or plants and find a sad, forgotten garden bed in a park or other public space and go for it! 

There's really no wrong way to guerilla garden but here are a few tips to help get the best results:

-choose hardy plant varieties. 

-plant just before predicted rain. 

-Seed bombs are a great way to get seeds to spots with difficult access. 

-bring water. 

-think carefully about where you plant, you'll need somewhere that gets sun and rain, somewhere that won't get dug up or mowed and preferably have good soil. Old garden beds are great.

-keep an eye on the 'sad plant' racks at Bunnings/Masters where you can pick up some great bargain plants perfect for gg.  

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Disclaimer- lots of activities fall under the title of guerilla gardening, this post is not encouraging you to break the law in any way or to disrespect private property. Please take care in choosing an appropriate location.

Kel in Melbs