These interlinked gardens on Camley Street have been created from land around an industrial estate, a 10-minute walk from King’s Cross. Fifty tons of rubbish had to be removed in 2005 before work started on enclosing and terracing the largest area using coppiced sweet-chestnut logs to make a Permaculture Forest Garden. This has been planted with silverberry, pomegranate, Japanese wineberry, apricot, apple, pear, plum and edible hawthorn. In total there are more than 80 different food crops. There is a vineyard next to a lorry park, an orchard by a cash and carry and a communal compost heap. In 2014 the team built a greenhouse and extended the meeting area.