Description: The heat-loving paprika belongs to the nightshade family. This variety is mid-early, sweet, red. It forms about 150-170 grams weighing fruits with thick, tasty pulp. It reaches up to 60-100 cm growth height and requires a support. The pepper is rich in nutrients. It contains many simple saccharides, fiber, protein and minerals.
Care: Paprika grows best at 18-32 Continue reading “Paprika (Capsicum annum), California Wonder ‘”
Description: This plant belongs to the nightshade family. This variety is very fertile and suitable for vegetable gardens. It is mid-early, low, compact. The fruits are oblong, medium sized, firm, fleshy. They are very tasty and are ideal for direct consumption and processing. They are rich in vitamins and mineral salts. Tomatoes are especially recommended for the vegetable garden for beginners. Continue reading “Tomato (Lycopersicon eskulentum), Zyska ‘”
Description: This plant belongs to the nightshade family. This variety forms small fruits it is suitable for hobby gardeners. It is early and can also be grown on the terrace. The grapes are branched 60-70 cm long, in a grape are up to 65 fruits. They are yellow, spherical, very tasty. They weigh about 15 grams and measure about 2.5 inches in diameter. The fruits are long-lived, do not burst, Continue reading “Tomato (Lycopersicon eskulentum), Lemon Clusters’”
Description: This plant belongs to the family Knotweed Family. The rhubarb is known for its pink, edible petioles. He reaches 150 cm height of growth. The stems are sour in the taste. The rhubarb is rich in minerals and vitamins. It contains iron, malic acid and oxalic acid. Rhubarb is often used for compote and cake.
Care: The place is sunny to partially shaded. The soil fertile Continue reading “Siberian Rhubarb (Rheum rhaponticum)”
Description: This variety is very fertile. It forms spherical thickenings. It can be grown in late spring, summer and autumn. The pulp is juicy, slightly red, with a light nut taste, the skin is white. This interesting variety is perfect for direct consumption.
From seeds we can pull sprouts ourselves.
Care: The place is sunny. The Continue reading “Garden Radish (Raphanus sativus), Mantanghong ‘”
Description: This biennial plant belongs to the family of leeks. This strain is very fertile, hardy, it can overwinter in the soil. In the first year it forms the edible parts, in the second year the inflorescence. After the leek blooms and seeds develop it usually dries out. Leeks are nutritious, they contain many mineral salts, especially calcium and phosphorus and vitamins. It is often Continue reading “Leek (Allum porrum)”
Description: This variety is early, its heads are spherical or slightly flattened, medium in size. The leaves are green to dark green, guarded. The white cabbage is one of the most popular vegetables in our vegetable gardens. He is very nutritious. It is low in calories Fresh cabbage is rich in vitamin C and mineral salts. The early varieties can be eaten raw, as they can not be kept for Continue reading “White cabbage (Brassica oleracea), Pierwszy Zbiór ‘”
Description: This variety is mid-late. It develops black, round-flat roots that weigh 250-400g. The pulp is white, juicy, slightly spicy. The winter radish is a temperate zone plant. It is suitable for cultivation in early spring and late autumn. Black winter radish is suitable for direct consumption or for storage. Radish juice helps with liver disease.
Care: Continue reading “Black Winter Radish (Raphanus sativus var. Niger)”
Description: This plant belongs to the cruciferous family. Edible are the fleshy shoots, the so-called Rose. This variety is mid-early, it is harvested in spring-summer and autumn. The roses are compact, white, well wrapped with leaves. Cauliflower is suitable for direct consumption or for freezing. He is tasty and healthy.
Care: This plant is resistant to drought and low temperatures. Continue reading “Cauliflower (Brassica oleracea), Pioneer ‘”
Description: This plant belongs to the cruciferous family. This variety is mid-early, it is harvested in summer and autumn. It has a thick, fleshy, spherical stem. The pulp is not woody and very tasty. Young leaves are rich in vitamins and minerals.
Care: Kohlrabi is planted as seedlings. The seeds are grown in the glasshouse from mid-February, the seedlings are planted from Continue reading “Kohlrabi (Brassica oleracea), Delicacy *”