GUERILLA GARDENING

SOWING GREEN IN A LANDSCAPE OF GREY

guerilla gardening is something which is not an action which belongs to anyone, but rather a collective response to the overabundance of concrete in urban centers. we was once taken on a walk by someone in bristol, mike, who walked us down the land and showed us trees that he had planted 20 years ago. He had no permission for this, and the urban planners in control of this walkway likely were not thinking of urban food sources. nevertheless, today there are dozens of large healthy fruiting trees along that walkway in downtown bristol. it is in this spirit that these oppositional urban gardening projects arose, and will continue to.

walking back through the city, with alchohol spilling out into the streets, we made our way home in the west end of Glasgow. someone had, for some absent reason, pulled this plant out of the downtown pots. we picked it up, and as if we was sneaking past some fortified defences of older days, concealed it so that we would not have to publicly explain and defend it.
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