Guerilla Gardening: Poppies For Remembrance

Grandad in India WWI (2nd from left)
Grandad in India WWI (2nd from left)

“In Britain people wear paper red poppies to remember soldiers killed in war. In London four guerrillas gardeners decided to plant some instead – around the lawns of the Ministry of Defence without permission”.

Richard Reynolds
www.guerrillagardening.org

Their inspiring short film can be viewed here:

http://www.indymedia.org.uk/media/2007/10//383053.mp4

Jerry Coleby-Williams
15th November

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