Peter Norris

  1. Potatoes and night frost

    Potatoes and night frost

    Peter Norris April 27, 2016 The leaves on this potato top must have almost been frost damaged. I otherwise thought I had double-guarded myself: plastic on constantly during the day, and with the prospect of frost at night another...

  2. Broccoli plants - early senility

    Broccoli plants - early senility

    On such a day with high sun and 10-12 ° in the greenhouse, it was quite appropriate to go house walking in there among the overwintering plants, in order to be able to detect any signs of dissatisfaction or misdevelopment early on. And it was...

  3. Cabbage and hard frost

    Cabbage and hard frost

    The prospect of at least 10 ° frost on Friday (and probably a lot more in our local cold hole) means that there are some of the otherwise winter-hardy crops that need extra protection - especially here where there is bare frost without snow...

  4. The salad is replaced by the early tomatoes

    The salad is replaced by the early tomatoes

    Peter Norris May 5, 2016 When you only have a small kitchen garden, you must try to utilize the limited space as efficiently as possible. The bed with the earliest salads (sown in late January) has been planned so that the...

  5. Early red onions

    Early red onions

    Peter Norris June 3, 2015 While we wait for the tomatoes and strawberries, you can still see red in the kitchen garden. The red onion Fire King (Dobies) was sown in the plug box in August and planted in the manure bank in October. The tops...

  6. Rapini

    Rapini

    Peter Norris May 8, 2016 Here, where the stocks are being emptied and the kitchen garden does not yet offer many other options than eating spinach every day (+ the loose), you will be completely experienced when the first rapini can be...