Peter Norris

  1. Overwintered broccoli

    Overwintered broccoli

    Peter Norris June 1, 2015 The first large 500gr broccoli was just allowed to join the Open Garden yesterday, but then it did not go any further - it will be for dinner today. It is sown in September, overwintered in the greenhouse and then...

  2. The cherry trees are protected with water

    The cherry trees are protected with water

    Peter Norris May 2, 2016 Got up this morning at 6am to an air temperature of -1.4 ° and was suddenly more easily worried about my flowering dwarf cherries. Sometimes it can provide some protection to spray the flowers with water...

  3. Ground cover prevents evaporation

    Ground cover prevents evaporation

    Peter Norris May 27, 2015 Today, Operation Cut and Tire has been held, where the hedge trimming becomes much more meaningful. The hedge is not cut because the hedge needs mowing, but because the ground needs covering. With the prospect of...

  4. Corn and beets

    Corn and beets

    Peter Norris May 24, 2015 For the past three years, the earliest corn has been planted on May 24th. Not sure why, but the tradition can just as well be maintained. Just this year, they will probably have non-woven fabric for a few days. In...

  5. Overwintered spring onions

    Overwintered spring onions

    Peter Norris May 4, 2015 The greenhouse needs to be cleared today to make room for the tomatoes. Despite hard work in March / April to eat what the house contains of overwintering greenery, there are still plenty of spring onions left. And...

  6. Spring salad

    Spring salad

    Peter Norris May 1, 2015 Here, where the greenhouse's overwintered lettuce is about to be eaten (there should soon be room for the tomatoes!), The trip has now come to the first batch of actual spring lettuce, which are primarily some...