Guerrilla gardening akin to a Burning Man art car and possibly inspiration for alternative topiary. Limited only by imagination.
The on-line magazine, Environmental Graffiti, provides insight into guerrilla gardening, stating, “…it’s an urban movement… sowing the seeds of subversive environmental pro-activism in the most beneficent of ways, brightening up our public spaces with the power of plants, and allowing flowers to flourish where otherwise there would be only grey; in short, taking disused pieces of land that are going to waste and greening them up for the good.”
Horticultural antics such as these, conscientious objection or otherwise, make me wonder. WONDER in the capital letter, marvel sort of way. The kind of wonder that sparks purpose and curiosity.