Get guerrilla gardening


Discover why it’s worth greening your community in this engaging, step-by-step framework on how to guerrilla garden. Guerrilla gardening is the art and science of planting in a public place with purpose. Whether you want to boost biodiversity, grow food, clean the air or empower a community, you can join this new wave of a movement that combines grassroots action with flower power!

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Your guide to becoming a green-fingered vigilante – transforming your neighbourhood’s neglected corners into bright pockets of plant life.

Guerrilla gardening is the global movement of people planting in public places. From scattering wildflower seeds onto road verges to building community allotments on vacant lots, these peaceful acts of rebellion are where flower power meets people power.

With no prior knowledge of gardening or activism needed, this 360° handbook contains all the information and inspiration you need to start greening your streets. Not sure how to pick the right plants, gather a gang, or protect your patch? This guide’s got you covered. Follow the 7-step action plan, packed with expert advice, illustrated how-to’s, and tales of ‘how we did it’ from around the world.

Ellen Miles is an activist spearheading a new wave of guerrilla gardening. Rooted in social justice and climate action, this growing movement needs you. So, whether you want to boost biodiversity, bring people together, create beauty, grow food, or make a political statement, it’s time to get guerrilla gardening.

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Weight 0.62 kg
Dimensions 22 × 17.4 × 2.2 cm










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