The basic (and compelling) idea underscoring British journalist Alys Fowler's can-do gardening philosophy is that you can pretty much plant a garden anywhere—in boxes, or rusty tin cans even, if you don't have any outdoor space—and see it flourish...
When Richard Reynolds moved into a tower block in central London's Elephant and Castle district, he was not intending to become a guerrilla gardener. He simply decided to take a DIY approach to the wasteland around him.
When you are a one-man survival experiment—living off the grid with no plumbing, paved roads, or electricity on land you bought for $13,000 in the West Texas desert—you spend a lot of time trying to keep your garden happy.
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