PAUL POTATO Samen-Mix: So geht's

PAUL POTATO seed mix: This is how it works

How do I use the PAUL POTATO seed mix?

Do you have a PAUL POTATO and would like to plant it with vegetables? Or have you just harvested your potatoes but haven't had enough of the gardening season yet? Then our PAUL POTATO seed mix is ​​just right for you! The selected, frost-resistant seeds can be sown from April to early October. You can find out exactly how sowing in PAUL POTATO works here:

What you need for it


No tools are required for sowing PAUL POTATO seed mix

Instructions for the PAUL POTATO seed mix

Step 1

Place your soil-filled tiers individually on the ground.

💡Tip: If you have just harvested potatoes, you can use the potato soil straight away.

step 2

Distribute a pack of organic sheep's wool fertilizer evenly over all 4 floors (=100g/floor) and mix the pellets well into the soil.

step 3

Stack your PAUL POTATO on top of each other in a protected place (e.g. near the wall of the house).

Step 4

Sow approx. 3-4 seeds of a vegetable of your choice in each corner.💡 The types of Chinese cabbage and chard feel most comfortable on the top floor. You can distribute the remaining varieties according to your taste. Sticky labels will help you later so that you can remember where you planted which vegetables.

Step 5

Depending on the variety, cover the seeds with approx. 0.5-2cm of soil:

  • Chard: 2 cm
  • Chinese cabbage: 1-2 cm
  • Radishes: 0.5-1.5 cm
  • Lamb's lettuce: 0.5-1 cm
  • Pick lettuce: 0.5-1.5 cm
  • Spinach: 2 cm

Step 6

Finally, water the seeds well and provide them with enough water regularly.

To protect your freshly sown vegetables in spring or your young plants from frost in autumn, especially on cold nights, we recommend our PAUL POTATO frost protection cover .

One week after sowing

All seeds have grown well and have already developed the first seedlings.

Two weeks after sowing

Radishes, Chinese cabbage and spinach have already grown to a considerable size. A lot has also happened in the last week with chard and our Lollo Bionda & Rossa lettuce. The lamb's lettuce took a little longer to arrive at first, but now many seedlings are sprouting here too.