Some cards for guerrilla gardening to inform people about being seed bombed - though I used “bom” to make it look a lot less scary. I do not want them to think I am actively attacking them with explosives.
Some of us like to be mysterious and leave no trace but plants, some of us like to be informative. Here’s one for you informative folk. I thought some of you might like and make use of this!
This is a small guerrilla garden that has popped up at the University of Ottawa. It is a great example of an edible landscape and I am not only secretly jealous, but I really want to make some more to add to this fence.
New York-based artist Tattfoo Tan’s GREENraid paper planes are embedded with wildflower seeds and are meant to fly over fences and other “barriers.” He hand-forms the paper from pulp he makes from junk mail.
Tattfoo has an installation here in Houston through June (in association with the nonprofit Project Row Houses) that focuses on urban farming and other food-related topics.
(via Tattfoo | Projects)
Yarnbombing plus Plants! I love that someone decided to combine guerrilla gardening with yarnbombing! What beautiful results!