Autumn vegetables in PAUL POTATO

Have you already harvested your potatoes? But don't worry, that doesn't mean you have to put your PAUL POTATO into winter just yet! In addition to potatoes, many other delicious vegetables grow in PAUL POTATO. In this guide we would like to give you a few ideas about what you can sow after the potatoes have been harvested.

By the way – you can find a small selection of suitable vegetables and salads as a ready-made PAUL POTATO seed mix in our shop.

Plant/sow by September


Yes, you can plant potatoes one more time.
If early or mid-early potatoes were planted in the first cycle, in many cases they will be ripe and ready for harvest by the end of July (of course this depends on when you planted them). At this time you can easily start a second cycle and plant your PAUL POTATO again.


Radishes – a classic in the vegetable patch and a great autumn vegetable. After sowing, you can usually harvest the radishes after 4 to 6 weeks. This makes this vegetable a great successor to potatoes. Your own radishes in salad or just on bread, they taste good!


You can also sow rocket until September. The harvest usually takes place after about 4 weeks. If arugula is just cut off and not torn out, it can always grow back!


Herbs also feel really at home in PAUL POTATO. Certain varieties of thyme, mint and parsley can also be planted. What could be better than seasoning your food with your own herbs in autumn?

Plant/sow by October


The leaves are similar to spinach and can also be easily sown for an autumn harvest. The top floor of PAUL POTATO is particularly suitable for this. Boiled, steamed or fried, these autumn vegetables taste simply fabulous. We also have a great recipe for you on how to make your own potatoes with chard.


Whether it's lamb's lettuce, lamb's lettuce or Asian lettuce: there are so many different types of lettuce and you can only sow or plant some of them in September. Many of these lettuces are pick-your-own lettuces, so you don't harvest them all at once and they grow back again and again.


Spinach is ideal for growing all year round. It's the perfect fall vegetable! Even if it can only be harvested after approx. 6-8 weeks, it still pays to sow it. Spinach makes for a fresh, extremely healthy side dish even in autumn: low in calories, high in vitamins and full of minerals! Raw or cooked, there are many variations on how you can use spinach in the kitchen.

💡 Important: When choosing vegetables, pay attention to autumn varieties, because they should be resistant to frost (like the selected varieties in our PAUL POTATO seed mix ). Otherwise, your local garden center will be happy to advise you and recommend the best varieties!