Peter Norris

  1. Several crops on the same area

    Several crops on the same area

    Peter Norris June 8, 2015 Today is change day in bed 260/6. The last spinach (sown in March) is harvested, and the rows are fed with a bucket of nutrient-rich soil / compost from the chicken farm. Here, maize is planted, which is sown in...

  2. Stand for the very tall peas

    Peter Norris May 20, 2016 Today, the stand for the tall peas is in place, and I'm really happy every time I finally took the time to make something proper, instead of every year biting something wobbly together from a couple of...

  3. The earliest peas

    The earliest peas

    Peter Norris   June 9, 2015 The peas here have been almost 7 months in the making. In mid-November, I was standing with an empty manure bench and a half-empty bag of pea seeds, where I suddenly discovered that it said they could be...

  4. Help with watering courgettes

    Help with watering courgettes

    Peter Norris May 27, 2016 The courgettes came into the ground today with each their "chimney". Really like a lot of the sight of this bed, which reminds me a bit of an old steamship, and which at least does not look like...

  5. The intensive cabbage bed

    The intensive cabbage bed

    Peter Norris June 12, 2015 The bed here was harvested the last potatoes today, and is now renamed "the small intensive cabbage bed" Over the next few months it will be shown how intensive it can be at 1 × 1.2m. From...

  6. Beetroot gets a place under the beans

    Peter Norris May 29, 2016 It may not be so fantastically well connected that on the one hand you consider how the kitchen garden can be reduced just a little because two people eventually can not manage to eat through it all at all -...