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  1. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    I was wondering if someone were to plant things like squash, zucchini, pumpkin, watermelon, beans, and tomatoes in a piece of woodland that would remain undisturbed, if there would be plants growing the next year. I have heard of grapes that have been placed in one area and then later the...
  2. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Is it guerrilla gardening if you own the land? I am going to say that it is, because my ACTIONS are the same as if I did not! I walk with a cane and I cannot tend to the plants, and so I stick them where I think they will be happy and then they either live or they do not. I picked some...
  3. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Last year my family and I moved back to my home state of Colorado. We left a small home in central Washington state where I had plenty of space and resources to maintain a very intensive garden. During the 5 years that we lived there I was able to grow a significant portion of the produce we...
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    What is survival gardening? Survival gardening is making your garden invisible to those in your area by means of spreading the plants out over large areas and hiding them in spots that most are not likely to find. If you find yourself in a shtf situation, then you will not want your neighbors to...
  7. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Many preppers are bugging in because well, they may not have anywhere else to bug out to. The reasons are many and varied, lets not dwell on them here. The bug-ins are probably well aware that their micro gardens and processed goods will only go so far for only so long. Being preppers and...
  8. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Hello all, I'm Twist and I live in The Netherlands. I have been reading a lot about guerrilla gardening, the kind with the veggies not the flowers :upsidedown:. I found a lot of info both of this site and on the web, and also from potheads :o:. My plan is to have 3 patches in one forest. It's...
  9. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Hey everyone. This is something I wrote about a year ago when I was way off grid, and had no internet besides my phone. I felt it is still relevant. - - - It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything of merit. Browsing the forums, as I do, with a phone, limits the discussion of any sort of...
  10. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    So I decided that this year to save money my girlfreind and I started a garden on our little balcony. But I germinated a few to many Sicilian Canalope seeds and all of them shot. I have a few different squash id like to plant but dont have enough room on my little 5' x 18'. And very recently we...
  11. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    I read a article on gorila gardening growing wild plants around that most people don't know are edible What can I grow when I have pine trees eveywhere?
  12. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    What if you were gonna do some guerrilla gardening around your area and wanted to plant some things around that would give you a food source in time of need? What would you plant? Say the little park that is down the road that your city owns. Would it be a good idea to plant a blackberry bush...
  13. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Bug in or bug out...doesn't matter... What does matter is food, eats, grub, vittles! If you live in an apartment, in suburbs and may have problems gardening in your current location, you may decide to do a bit of guerrilla gardening just in case. Guerrilla gardening is basically planting food...
  14. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    I've been reading up on Guerrila Gardening a little and decided to go somewhere where I know hardly anyone goes and plant a few fruit seeds just to see what would happen. I planted avocado, lemon, apple, lime seeds. I decided obvisously I can't water them so I'm just going to see what happens...
  15. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    One of the best ideas I learned a few years ago when I first started reading stuff on SF was a thread about Guerrilla gardening. (the idea is not new, but was new to me) From a survival standpoint the basic idea is to have edible food growing in plain site, but the average sheeple will walk...
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