In the fifties nearly every family had his own garden or allotment. Here people grew vegetables and at the same time had fun. Green areas are disappearing from the city and citizens are completely dependant on the supply from the supermarkets. However more and more initiatives are starting to bring food production back into the city and make people enjoy growing their own foods. Connected Opengreens is an online platform that can assist with this. It’s a tool to map and monitor step by step your own garden or allotment and even a patch of green in your neighbourhood. The garden map allows you to zoom in to the level of individual plants and animals. The nice this is you can share and compare this data and thus inspire each other.