Growing Vegetables In The Greenhouse – Planting Them All Year Round

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The importance of healthy eating is undisputed. Many people, therefore, want to grow their own vegetables. In your own greenhouse (it offers many advantages), salads, tomatoes, herbs and many other vegetables can be sown earlier and harvested longer. We list when which plants can be sown, planted and harvested in the greenhouse.

Organically grown fruits and vegetables

It is often said that organic foods are healthier. It has been confirmed by experts that organically grown vegetables have ecological and health advantages over conventionally grown foods. Fruits and vegetables contaminated with pesticides are particularly dangerous for children. Scientific studies have shown that organic fruits and vegetables are actually more beneficial for health and development than conventional foods. Growing vegetables in the greenhouse can therefore pay off in several ways. Fresh fruits and vegetables are among the most important components of a varied diet.

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Growing vegetables in the greenhouse: planting and sowing throughout the year

When and what can be planted in the greenhouse depends on the type and location of the greenhouse. Houses in a sunny location with insulated panes or even heating can be planted earlier and longer than single-pane counterparts, which hardly offer any protection from the weather.

 

January

Fast growing and cold tolerant vegetables as well Salads can be sown in well-insulated greenhouses from the end of January. These include lettuce, winter purslane, rocket, lamb’s lettuce, radish, onions and radishes.

The greenhouse should also be used in winter ventilate regularly.

 

February

Now you can start sowing summer flowers. The vegetable seeds (lettuce, winter purslane, rocket, lamb’s lettuce, radish, onions and radishes) continue – depending on the warmth in the greenhouse.

Spinach, kohlrabi and chard are added from the middle / end.

 

March

Light is much more important for the growth of plants than warmth. This is why it is possible to sow the first seeds in unheated greenhouses as early as the beginning of March. Even from the end of February, when it’s not too cold.

Tomatoes, peppers, aubergines, radishes, radishes, lettuce, kohlrabi and jam can now be sown.

Prefer when planting in spring Cold tolerated varieties like Lucia or Saxa for radishes, Dynamite or Smile for lettuce, Lollo Rosso for pick salads or Rex for radishes. Kohlrabi are also available cold-resistant, which is called Blusta or Blaro. There are many other varieties that are not sensitive to the cold, just ask when buying seeds.

Southern herbs can also be sown.

Tip: hang up yellow boards against the whitefly now.

 

April

You can now also sow cucumbers, lettuce, spring onions, fennel, paprika, radicchio and even hot peppers. It occurs in warm greenhouses first harvest of lettuce, onions, radishes, spinach and rocket.

If the sunny days are increasing: don’t forget to water, if possible in the morning. This allows the plants to dry out until the cold evening.

The late varieties of tomatoes, pumpkins, melons and corn can be sown at the end of the month. Whoever has the space can plant a vine.

 

May

If there is no longer any risk of frost at night, you can plant of tomatoes, eggplants, chili and peppers in the greenhouse. When May draws to June, cucumber plants and even melons are also ready to move in.

Now vegetables that want to be harvested in late summer must be sown at the latest.

The first Young plants come from mid-May outwards.

 

June

Now you can hit the ground between the climbing large vegetable plants small vegetables are “squeezed” in between. Carrots, garlic, French beans, peas, lettuce, parsley and basil are suitable for this.

Alternatively / in addition, you can continue to draw Young plants outside be set. The free space can be used for late sowing.

There is an increased need for water on sunny days.

Greenhouses have to be watered almost twice as much as outdoor crops.

Horsetail tea now prevents the dreaded powdery mildew.

Wind divi, summer radishes and other onions can be sown.

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July

It can still be planted outside and/or harvested continue.

Water and ventilate more intensely. Don’t forget to fertilize.

 

August

The autumn crops and late seeds should now be brought in at the latest.

The fertilization is reduced, continue to water a lot and ventilate. On the first open areas after the harvest founding (e.g. bitter lupine, alfalfa or phazelia) applied.

 

September

At the beginning of September, sow the last seeds for radishes, spinach, endives, lettuce, winter purslane, Swiss chard, beetroot or spoonwort. Some of these can then be harvested until February.

Continue to apply foundations to open spaces.

For heavy soils lime, for light soils Clay powder raise.

 

October

Asian salads and winter vegetables can be sown. These include lamb’s lettuce, Swiss chard, endive, spinach, rocket salad, radishes and carrots. Parsley can also be sown.

Continue to ventilate well.

The summer crops will clear out. The greenhouse will be winterproof did.

Autumn is used to Manure and/or compost to bring into the earth.

 

November

When the temperature drops below -5 ° C, the vegetables should come back with a Fleece covered will. Continue to ventilate well if there are plants.

 

December

In winter the greenhouse is quiet when it is not heated. Continue to ventilate well if there are plants.

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Heated or unheated greenhouse?

According to experts, the option of self-cultivation and cultivation speaks in favor of greenhouse cultivation of Organic vegetables every year as well as the use for Accommodation Plants sensitive to cold such as palms, cacti and orchids.

Different greenhouse models are offered in specialist shops, which differ in terms of their basic construction, size and equipment. Smaller greenhouses and leaning greenhouses in solid design as entry-level models are available, for example, at www.gfp-international.com from a good 300 euros.

Leaning greenhouses are often used as winter gardens. Due to their special design, they can be leaned against an existing building. At the same time, the heating is also carried out by the load-bearing building. A lean greenhouse is often used as additional living space and to enlarge the winter garden.

An unheated greenhouse serves its purpose when using a site’s southern orientation is chosen. With good waterproofing, the power of the winter sun is enough to generate enough heat to grow vegetables. To overwinter exotic plants, however, a heated greenhouse should be preferred, as palm trees and cacti constantly need warm temperatures.

Regular exchange of air must be ensured so that no heat accumulates inside the greenhouse. The tilting windows meet this requirement.

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