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Whether the garden is big or small, there is always a place for a vegetable corner. In our picture gallery is certainly something for your new vegetable patch here.
What could be better than freshly harvested tomatoes from your own garden?Anyone who has ever enjoyed the benefits of home-grown vegetables, would hardly want to do without it. Freshly picked tomatoes, hand-picked leeks - you just know what you have, because freshness and taste are not lost through long transport routes. In addition, more vitamins are preserved when the vegetables come directly from the garden on the table or even nibbled on the spot.
Here we have put together for you the latest and most delicious vegetables. Take a look and set up your own gourmet garden.
You can order some of the new vegetables directly by clicking on the link in the MEIN shop.
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New vegetables - delicious and healthy! (10)
A true delicacy: the new Mairübchen 'Primera'! Its fine taste is reminiscent of kohlrabi. The precious ingredients such as mustard oils, vitamins and fiber also make it a small health bomb. Tasty it tastes both raw and stewed or braised in butter. It tolerates sun to partial shade. Depending on the sowing, harvesting takes place from April to May or from September to October.
New and extra sweet! The sweetcorn 'Vanilla Sweet' is an early ripening variety with a delicate bite. The right harvest time is there when the grains are still easy to scratch with the fingernail. You can eat the grains fresh in the salad, grilled or cooked. The species loves full sun. Harvested between August and October. Available from Gärtner Pötschke.
That brings fiery aroma in your food! The new Jalapeno hot pepper 'Jalastar F1' loves full sun. It is also very profitable on the balcony and terrace. The fruits are very spicy, but do not "burn". Harvest is from August to October. First, the teardrop-shaped fruits are green, later they turn gaudy red.
This will be the hit of the next tomato season: the vital tomato 'Flavance'. Due to its high content of anthocyanin, lycopene and carotenoids, it is not only extremely healthy, but also gives the pulp a juicy-red appearance. In addition, it is resistant to many tomato diseases such as velvet spots and powdery mildew. It needs full sun and is about 150 centimeters high. Harvested from July.
Taste guaranteed: In years of breeding work from various types of cucumbers, this new variety 'Urgurke' has emerged. It has a rough, dark green skin and an unusually intense taste. The fruits are about 35-40 inches long and about 400-500 grams. Pre-culture takes place in a cold frame or greenhouse, harvested between June and September. Available from Gärtner Pötschke.
The "red queen" among the potatoes is called 'Laura'. Her shell is smooth and red colored. The pulp has a pleasant aroma and is colored deep yellow. 'Laura' is a mid-early and predominantly festive variety. It is suitable for pancakes and boiled potatoes as well as french fries. The tubers are 35 to 55 millimeters in size. Available from Gärtner Pötschke.
A dense variety with sweet, large peas is 'Kelmerveil'. The robust breeding will be 65 inches high. She loves full sun. Harvested from June to August. Available from Gärtner Pötschke.
Densely ruffled with red-colored leaves is the new variety 'Solmar' of the Italian Lollo Rossa. It tastes strong nutty and is resistant to the green lettuce louse and downy mildew. He thrives best in full sun. The harvest of the Pflücksalates takes place from April to September.
A sweet-tasting and high-yielding carrot variety is the Nantaise carrot 'Laguna'. Their shape is slightly conical. She likes full sun and is harvested between July and October. The sowing of the seeds is particularly easy and safe due to its pilling. Available from Gärtner Pötschke.
For early harvests in summer and late summer, the new leek variety 'Easton' is suitable. It makes long, straight, pearly-white stems. A preculture in the greenhouse is recommended. The leek variety tolerates both partial shade and sun. Available from Gärtner Pötschke.