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A-Z of Guerrilla Gardening

Battling concrete and rubble with soil and seeds, guerrilla gardening is urban anarchy at its prettiest.

Stylist has tracked down leading guerrilla gardener Richard Reynolds to explain the country's growing fascination with illicit horticulture.

Hear more from Guerrilla Gardener, Richard Reynolds, as he discusses transforming urban wastelands into wildflower wonderlands - and shows how you can get involved too - at an evening all about ethics as part of the innocent Inspires series of events tailor-made by innocent smoothies.

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