Why not save energy and money by growing your own.
My garden is tiny and mainly in shadow....... everything is small scale, trying to make best use of the space?
It's easy peasy; start growing food within the hour in raised beds using old scaffold planks.
Step 1: Get Wood.
In the background is the woodchipped patch of ground I'm going to use for the next bed.
Using these old scaffold planks I'm simply creating the four walls of the bed.
Step 2: Chopper.
Step 3: Fill Bed.
I put a top layer of compost from a garden centre.
Step 4: Fill All Available Sufaces.
Using the principles already outlined, here is my roof garden.... with the tiny spinach starting their long journey to my stomach.
Step 5: From Humble Beginnings.
I have grown garlic, cabbages, onions and broccoli; this year I've added spinach, rocket, spearmint, tomatoes, potatoes.
They are all easy to grow and the time to plant is now; March April.
I hope that this inspires someone.