PAUL POTATO seed mix


Our Seed Mix, as an alternative to grow potatoes in PAUL POTATO or if you want to harvest fresh vegetables in autumn, consists of:

  • Chard (Bright Lights)
  • Chinese cabbage (Granaat)
  • Radish (Riesenbutter)
  • Lamb’s lettuce (Holländischer Breitblättriger)
  • Leaf lettuce (Lollo Bionda & Rossa)
  • Spinach (Matador)

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Planting vegetables in PAUL POTATO

 

You don't want to only plant potatoes in your PAUL POTATO and are wondering which vegetables will also grow there? Or have you already harvested potatoes, but your PAUL POTATO is not yet ready to be put away for winter?

Then our PAUL POTATO seed mix, which can be sowed from April to September, is just right for you! You will receive seeds of the following types:

Chard (Bright Lights) brings color to your PAUL POTATO. This vegetable with its colorful stems and crisp leaves does not only look delightful, but it also tastes delicious. In the kitchen it is used in a similar way to spinach. In the kitchen it is used in a similar way to spinach and tastes great maybe as Chard pan with potatoes.

Chinese cabbage (Granaat) forms slim lettuce heads and has a delicate taste. This cabbage can be used for example in a raw vegetable salad or as a stir-fried vegetable.

Radishes (Riesenbutter) are a popular vegetable to be grown at home and they grow perfectly in PAUL POTATO. Your homegrown radishes taste wonderful on bread, in salads or simply as a snack.

Lamb's lettuce (Holländischer Breitblättriger) is characterized by its large leaves and yielding growth . It is particularly healthy because it is rich in vitamin C and A.

Leaf lettuce (Lollo bionda & Rossa) is a pretty and crunchy salad that has curled leaves. These types of salad spice up every salad, wraps or similar dishes not only in terms of taste, but also visually.

Spinach (Matador) is a fast growing and large-leaved variety. Spinach is very rich in vitamins and minerals and can be used in many ways in the kitchen.

planting depth germination harvesting
Chard (Bright Lights) 2 cm 10-12 days approx. 10 weeks after sowing
Chinese cabbage (Granaat) 1 - 2 cm 5-8 days approx. 10 weeks after sowing
Radish (Riesenbutter) 0,5 - 1,5 cm 1 week approx. 10 weeks after sowing
Lamb's Lettuce (Holländischer Breitblättriger) 0,5 – 1 cm 1 week approx. 80 days after sowing
Leaf Lettuce (Lollo Bionda & Rossa) 0,5 - 1,5 cm 6-15 days approx. 4-6 weeks after sowing
Spinach (Matador) 2 cm 1 week approx. 6-8 weeks after sowing