Here is a selection of photos from our mini ' urban farm ' that we started as an experiment at our workshop and studio home. 100 used plastic dustbins were bought from Ebay and filled with the soil dug out of an embankment between our neighbouring property when the re-building of a shared wall was constructed. This soil was the composting remnants of 15 years of leaf fall, vegetable matter from our kitchen,  grass cuttings and garden waste from 5 neighbouring properties. A wonderful mix of natural organic matter. These bins were planted with various vegetable crops including beans, squash, corn, salad leaves, leeks and herbs. We also grew a couple of experimental living walls using recycled plastic drinks bottles and grew copious amounts of salad. In such small spaces it is possible to grow a vast amount of your own produce. In 2019 we will be expanding our growing and hope to provide for ' The Global Warming Kitchen ' and use this example as a teaching resource.