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Minnesota / Hello MN!
« Last post by bishubaka on Today at 02:53:27 AM »
Hi there! I saw the MN board hasn't been posted to in a long while. Wanted to reach out and create a new post and see if anyone in MN is still active here and what they are up to!
Vancouver / Current Gardeners
« Last post by bento on Yesterday at 02:51:39 AM »
Is anyone active in Vancouver right now? Looking for other people!
Rest of World / Re: Serbia - Belgrade - Guerrilla Gardeners Flower-Bomb Belgrade
« Last post by nafogi on September 18, 2020, 09:05:39 AM »
thanks a lot
Global Forum / Re: Staying Safe in the Dry Season
« Last post by george69 on September 18, 2020, 06:16:25 AM »
We do not have this problem here in the UK as everything is permanently damp. It must be a nighmare trying to control
Global Forum / Re: Staying Safe in the Dry Season
« Last post by robShapiro30 on September 16, 2020, 03:50:41 AM »
You never really know how important a tree is until you have one. This is what many of our customers tell us when they rely on our tree care services. They may have a tree on their property that is no longer as lush and beautiful as it used to be. They call us to find out why and to see how we can help. We are different from most people because we have a fascination with trees and all the beauty and splendor that they offer. This is why we started our tree care service more than 20-years ago. Treating and caring for trees is more than just a business to us; it is our passion. Contact us today to learn more about tree services.
Lambeth / I have got plants !
« Last post by goma66uk on September 15, 2020, 05:26:49 PM »
I am new to the Guerrilla Gardening, and would need some advise.
I live in Brixton  and I have several potted plants that I need to give away.
I was thinking of donating them and hope that some guerrilla gardener could help me to find a new home for the  plants.

Would any one know whether there is a place in or near Brixton  where I could plant them?
I have never done Guerrilla Gardening.. any advice will be welcome!

Rest of World / Preventing more forest fires
« Last post by corbinrob on September 14, 2020, 08:54:22 PM »
In dry seasons, oxygen and heat are supplied by trees and bushes. This leaves only one factor in
connecting the cycle which is the fuel. While there are many natural causes that could act as fuel
(lightning being an example), the majority of wildfires are caused by human error. In essence,
this is good news for forest sustainability because it offers an answer to a question that has
already been asked. How do we prevent forest fires? The answer is simple, and it starts with us. Finding the most qualified tree service to do the firewise consulting is the best way to mitigate a possible wildfire.
Melbourne / Guerrilla gardening in lockdown
« Last post by dimitri on September 13, 2020, 12:33:30 AM »
Just curious how guerrillas have taken to the the recent 5km limit on movement here in Melbourne?

It's forced us to carefully explore the local area and find previously unknown spots. Now wish I had some fruit/nut seedlings on hand to set free.
Global Forum / Re: Using Native Plants
« Last post by LandscapeYorba on September 11, 2020, 06:26:26 PM »
Landscapers should be able to tell the difference. We always try to make sure we are certain a plant is a weed before our landscaping team removes it and I personally have been able to have native plants with no landscapers trying to remove them for a good number of years in Yorba Linda. Then again, I may have just gotten lucky haha!
Global Forum / What do you plan to do in the fall?
« Last post by nafogi on September 11, 2020, 10:49:22 AM »

I have already harvested from my garden and prepared everything I need to prepare the trees for the winter. But still warm days. I'm happy about that.
But I don't know what to do next?
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