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Guerilla gardening is the latest craze to sweep the globe. During the credit crunch, many public areas have become neglected and keen gardeners have taken it on themselves to give them a bit of love. Local authorities may not have sufficient funds to care for public areas in the same way they used to before the financial crisis started. This is where the army of guerilla gardeners steps in. Armed with spades, shovels and daffodil bulbs they spend their spare time, and spare cash, on making public areas that little bit more colorful and presentable.
So what is guerilla gardening and were did it all start, and how did Bellingham escorts become involved in guerilla gardening? The concept of guerilla gardening is easy and involves volunteers taking over un- maintained public gardens. Sometimes permission is granted to cultivate these areas, and other times local authorities are less keen. It does however appear that the police, most of the time, turn a blind eye to the activity.
The first guerrilla gardener was an English guy called Richard Reynolds. Both his mother and his grandmother were keen gardeners, and Mr Reynolds now seems to be the unofficial leader of the guerrilla gardening movement. It all started back in 2004 when Mr Reynolds became frustrated by the lack of gardens in the Elephant and Castle area of London. The area was at the time very run down, and he decided to cheer up the local traffic roundabouts by filling them with colorful plants. His action became a real hit with the locals, and guerrilla gardening has now spread to other places in the United Kingdom and around the world. Mr Reynolds still fully supports the movement and has written a book called about the topic, and can even be found giving lectures throughout London.
So how do you become a guerrilla gardener? If you are new to gardening Mr Reynold’s book contains some excellent advice on soil improvement and information on how to deal with weeds. Otherwise the concept is not difficult and it does not have to be complicated. It is all about getting together with other local people and starting to brighten up the area you live in. It helps to have knowledge of what grows well in your area and the local soil conditions. Guerrilla gardeners also seem to have a keen interest in environmental concerns and often plant perennials to ensure continued color. However, there is more to guerrilla gardening than planting a few daffodils bulbs. This army of gardeners also dig up weeds, and can be seen picking up litter. Other guerrilla gardeners with less time on their hands, are throwing what they call “seed bombs” out of the windows of commuter trains to brighten up their daily commute to work.
As the guerrilla gardening movement sweeps the world it is beginning to change slightly. In Spain, locals have also started to cheer up their local neighborhoods but they are often keenly supported by the local mayor. Seeing disused or overgrown public areas smartened up gives villages and towns a face lift. Local business have even got together and provided new fencing and rails for public gardens. Signs asking dog owners to pick up after their dogs and in some towns “doggie waste bags” are now even being provided by local initiatives.
In the UK, the face of guerrilla gardening has changed a great deal. The focus has shifted slightly, and now even busy moms are getting involved. Families with children have seen the cost of the weekly grocery shop rise considerably during the financial crisis, and vegetables are now being grown in public. Allotment activity has always been popular in the UK but since the recession started allotments have become scarce. More and more families are growing their own fruit and vegetables in a hope to reduce food bills. Do I have an allotment? I wish I had the time but I am really busy at Bellingham escorts. Could you imagine a bunch of Bellingham escorts gardening in their stockings and suspenders? I think that would look really sexy.