Category Archives: Guerrilla Gardening

The Pothole Gardener

Leave it to the Brits. Anything we can do, they can do quirkier. Take guerrilla gardening—the semi-legal practice of planting seeds and flowers in vacant lots that belong to somebody else. We have a guerrilla gardener in my New Jersey … Continue reading

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Guerrilla Gardening

A mystery gardener has been planting flowers in Hoboken. Where these blossoms come from, no one seems to know. On the warm June afternoon when I planted my first seedlings out front, a woman I’d never seen before asked me … Continue reading

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