Minnesota guerrilla gardeners: Helpful or annoyance?

06/15/2010 | Pioneer Press (St. Paul, Minn.)

Tully Hall of St. Paul, Minn., is known as a guerrilla gardener -- she plants flowers and vegetables on land she doesn't own. Hall is just one of several in the area who sneak flowers into land by freeway exits, abandoned gardens or vacant lots. City officials aren't amused and say that although the idea is well-intentioned, it's also an annoyance because no one has a right to plant anything on city land without permission.

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