Peach in the greenhouse
Text and photos: Mathias Emil.
It is both fun, productive and really delicious to have peaches in the greenhouse. Just two years ago we planted a small peach tree in our greenhouse, and this year we are harvesting the nicest, sun-ripened and organic peaches galore. In fact, already from mid-June. We do not water the tree but add a handful of organic fertilizer a few times during the season. The tree also acts as a shade in the greenhouse and is decorated with light chains in the winter. In April, the tree blooms with an abundance of pink, very sweet and romantic flowers.
There are lots of flowers in and around the greenhouse.
In 2018 Mathias and Rasmus won the Big Allotment Challenge in Denmark. Since then they have been cultivating in their garden and greenhouse to a larger extend. They are writing articles for the Greenhouse Forum and sharing the seasons in their garden and greenhouse.
Om Mathias Emil Pedersen
Mathias Emil Pedersen
The winner of the Danish horticultural TV programme “The Big Allotment Garden” in 2018.
He loves gardens and has an allotment garden in Odense, Denmark. Mathias has grown flowers and crops for many years in his allotment garden. Since the Tv programme, he has gotten a greenhouse, decorated it and is now cultivating according to the seasons.
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