To you, it's an allotment. For Juan Angel Rodas, who lives in Gualme in the Corquin region of Honduras, it's the family food factory. He's the proud owner of an Oxfam Unwrapped allotment.
He says: "The whole family works on the allotment. My children know what to do and look for caterpillars on the cabbages."
"I've learnt how to set out my allotment and protect the soil using trenches. We have irrigation too and make our own organic fertiliser from coffee waste. I sell cabbages and other vegetables to locals and I save the money in the family piggy bank. We are more secure now."
Hector Ortega who works for Oxfam in Honduras explains: "Gardens are new to the communities, they are not part of their culture. The benefits that the allotments have given to the families in these communities have been amazing. What we are working on now is to try and secure access to markets so that families can sell more of their produce."
See more amazing allotments in action by clicking on the video link above.