I love it. I was surprised to learn that when the guerilla gardener returned, three plants had been watered already, and only one had been ripped out.
super nice! i hope they get watered.
It's actually called Kensington Market, in Toronto, Ontario, CanadaIt's a fun place to shop for all kinds of things.
thanks, mark. i corrected the error.
wow, this is inspireing, I always dream of ways to destroy things, someone found a way to make things nicer (and who is the jerk that ripped one out?)
Charles said: "...and who is the jerk that ripped one out?"If these were here in the U.S., I'd say it was someone who thought the plant was some kind of Improvised Explosive Devise. An IED buried in the dirt maybe?
Well, I hope the plants are native to the region. I hate it when morons do what they think are genuinely nice things only to mess everything up.
Sorry. I am a passonate gardener but this is just silly. It's good it says "street artist" and not not "horticulturist".This is just cruel and I'd rather see the effort go to another direction. Real parks and forests and places where these plants could stand a chance to survival. Calin
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