Guerilla weeding and planting

The council decided to mulch one of my guerilla gardening sites where loads of their plantings died once summer and have never been replaced. I was glad to see most of them unscathed. These saltbush have grown a lot since they went in!

In other guerilla gardening news, a nearby propagator has started offering me plants for this purpose! I scored pots destined for landfill as I returned from my run one day and separated out these little darlings to grow them on a bit more before planting.

There has been a fair bit of guerilla weeding going on. A gentleman on a bike stopped just to ask me what weeds I was pulling this morning!

Here are the little bulbine lilies in their new bigger homes in the propagating area, where I hope they will get big enough to plant out soon!

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4 responses to “Guerilla weeding and planting

  1. Our Bulbine lilies are growing nicely. I was just thinking that one positive in their dying back over winter is that they might escape being weeded out and live on to multiply. šŸ¤ž

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