The soil from plant bags is fertilized so that it is sufficient for the first harvest. When you have harvested and want to sow or plant again, then fertilize. The exceptions are peas and beans, which do not need nitrogen.
Where can the bed stand?
You can place the bed almost anywhere. Here is some good advice:
The basis for the GrowCamp can be e.g. be: soil, tiles, grass, gravel, patio boards, tile.
The bed is without a bottom so...
Then the radishes have come up!
They were sown on Good Friday, when it was dog-cold - but the sun was shining after all.
Pre-cultivated parsley, chives, field lettuce and other types of lettuce were also planted....
For the kids, it's SUMMER when the peas come. GREEN SWEET!
Even the most vegetable-scared like freshly picked peas.
In a GrowCamp, the peas come early because you can start in early spring with plastic cover over the raised...
The last radishes are pulled, and and now the rest of the field salad is picked so that the row can be cleared. It makes delicious salad:
We sowed beans 3 weeks ago. They have been on the "top floor" - a hanging plant tray inside...
Radishes are harvested
Then it was time to harvest the first radishes - 38 days after they were sown on Good Friday this year.
You can also easily get radishes in 38 days in the open air - but hardly so early in the year. And certainly...