Peter Norris

  1. The earliest salad was sown

    The earliest salad was sown

    Peter Norris January 22, 2016 The earliest salad for manure bench can be appropriately sown now (or rather: now I can not wait any longer). When sowing indoors in a plug box at the end of January, the small plants can usually be planted...

  2. Beetroot is pre-cultivated

    Beetroot is pre-cultivated

    Peter Norris March 6, 2016 Beetroot seeds are actually small keys consisting of several seeds, which can each develop into a plant - unless they are seeds of F1 varieties, which only give a single beetroot plant. This means that it is...

  3. Spring's first green eat

    Spring's first green eat

    Peter Norris March 19, 2016 The first lush food of early spring with us is the greenhouse's overwintered spinach. Sown in September and transplanted after the tomatoes were removed in November, it has been over half a year along the...

  4. Laying of early potatoes

    Laying of early potatoes

    Peter Norris March 20, 2016 The bed for the earliest potatoes has been covered with plastic since the beginning of March, and this morning the soil thermometer reported 6 ° in 5-10 cm depth. Compared with the weather forecast for the...

  5. Peas were seen in several batches

    Peas were seen in several batches

    Peter Norris April 15, 2016 Peas are grown here in the garden a bit compulsively according to the principle "a little but often" - we would rather be able to eat fresh peas almost daily over a longer period than we will stand...

  6. Carrots are thinned

    Carrots are thinned

    Peter Norris April 21, 2016 This year, I have decided for a change to make an effort to thin out the carrots. It's the kitchen garden's most tedious pill work that I usually neglect or completely skip, and the result is also...