Guerrilla gardeners grow flowers, trees or food on scraps of neglected or poorly-maintained land without permission.
Gardenshare schemes pair up would-be growers with people who have land, but aren’t using it. We discuss the pros and cons.
Community farm or garden projects are run co-operatively instead of being divided into individually-managed plots.
You don’t need to have a ‘proper’ vegetable garden to grow your own food – just access to light.
Allotments are small plots of public land made available for individuals to use for growing their own food. We discuss the pros and cons.