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The Most Important Thing About Guerilla Gardening

 
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Hey! Like I mentioned last time, my Puerto Rico Airbnb isn't a gardening spot after all. Can't grow too much food in the shade. But I still have to grow! 

Check out how I grow without a yard in Puerto Rico ▶️



What is the most important thing to you need if you are going to guerilla garden? This applies even if you are growing food on a patio, in your yard, or setting up a guerilla garden like I’m doing in this video. This one thing is the most important thing to have.

Tell me about your experience guerrilla gardening! Comment below --->
 
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I only knew one person who was seriously into Guerilla Gardening. The main theme he repeatedly expressed was the acceptance of selective failure. That is not his selection but nature's.
 
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If I may respectfully suggest, the other most important thing about guerilla gardening is "first, do no harm." Hopefully the species you love, and choose to plant, will not gallop across the countryside like invasive marauders after you move on. To my mind, guerilla gardening demands some careful reflection.

Love the tropical images BTW.
 
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