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Melbourne / Re: Guerilla Gardening in Melbourne
« Last post by Plasterer on May 05, 2020, 08:35:13 AM »
My Plasterer business takes me to a lot of different houses. Yesterday I went into one of those weird place where I come across the most amazing gardening set up I have ever witnessed. Man, I wish I have a picture. My phone was dead at the time, but It was full of these succulent plants you post some pictures in here.
« Last post by quantumbluenz on May 03, 2020, 07:47:55 AM »
Well, actually, I have tried thrice. Was able to plant an Indian Mango tree in our backyard, it's still standing but when a great typhoon hit our area, it became wobbly but we decided to cut it short this time and use re cropping. I am not sure if you are familiar with Guimaras but we have the best mangoes here. :)
Northants / Horse chestnuts
« Last post by ConkerPlonker on April 30, 2020, 01:21:59 PM »
Hi - I have 4 horse chestnut seedlings grown from conkers - a few weeks old. Can I go and plant them in a field border near me and if so what and when is the best place to do this? Thanks
Edibles / Re: GGing Fruit Trees
« Last post by masonsarereal on April 28, 2020, 02:09:41 PM »
Hey. Thread is quite old so it's interesting for me how plants are going now?
Sacramento / gauging activity
« Last post by grooviegardener on April 27, 2020, 06:45:51 PM »
hey y'all... anyone still active in sacramento? myself and some friends will be making seed bombs and other projects if anyone is interested
Melbourne / Re: Guerilla Gardening in Melbourne
« Last post by WarrenGay on April 27, 2020, 05:31:22 PM »

I always have a great collection of plants for my landscaping business including mulching, seeding, sodding, sprinkler and mowing services.  Count me in for any guerilla gardening events. Thanks a lot!
New York / Re: Hello gardeners!
« Last post by JGDVSB on April 27, 2020, 01:27:47 PM »
I stay in Albany, NY. I will like to help in every way to save nature by planting.
there are a lot of ways to do gardening with the support of owners.

I take permissions & sow Fruit plants at:-
1) homeless shelter
2) Temples
3) Churches.
My intention is not only to beautify the place but also to get food for the needy.

Please email me at
Japan / Wild Garden in Yokohama
« Last post by Haru Yamada on April 27, 2020, 08:46:59 AM »
There is a patch of land between the nearest supermarket and our house, three minutes away. It was a garbage dump and full of dead weeds. I decided to make it nicer by first getting rid of the weeds and the garbage. For about a year, I kept bringing full bags of dead weeds home to put them out for the community garbage collections. My wife kept asking me where I picked them up. I answered vaguely that they came from here and there near our house. I did not want to tell her the truth. She is a law-abiding British woman, and she might be embarrassed to find out that I was working on the land without permission of the owner or the local community. After about a year of my lonely work, I confided in my wife what I had been doing. She now realized the source of the numerous bagfuls of weeds. She started to help me getting rid of the weeds, and now enjoys planting trees and flowers, which is becoming one of our outside activities in the Corona time.
A senior woman once told me that she stops to look at the garden on the way back uphill from the super market, - made me very happy.

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Melbourne / Re: what sort of plants?
« Last post by urlawncare on April 26, 2020, 04:53:27 PM »
Melbourne / Re: Guerilla Gardening in Melbourne
« Last post by urlawncare on April 26, 2020, 04:51:41 PM »
This tree needs to be released. Landscaping at best!
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