Chinese cabbage seeds, Pe Tsai cabbage or Pak choi cabbage, it is quite possible to reserve part of the production to produce them.
You know that on jaime-jardiner we are attached to organic culture! The feet which will be reserved for growing seeds should not under any circumstances receive chemical treatments. The feet that have been chosen will not have been affected by disease during their growth. You need beautiful subjects, of good size, with a shape and colors which correspond to their variety.
• Identify some beautiful Chinese cabbage stems.
• Place them in gauge for the winter.
• You can also place them in cool and sheltered areas.
• It is this action that has the effect of stopping the vegetative cycle of the plant.
• In March,
• Transplant the Chinese cabbages.
• Leave a large space between each foot, at least 50 centimeters in all directions.
• Seeds are mature in mid-summer, July - August.
• Cut the stems.
• Place them to dry in a dry place, either hanging or on the floor.
• Let them dry well.
• When the seeds are very dry ...
• Place them in airtight bags.
• Store them in a dry place, protected from light.
• Short shelf life of around 5 years.
• More than 300 seeds / gram.
• In the ground: 8 days.
• In greenhouse: 8 days.
The end of summer does not mean the end of vegetable crops but the start of new plantings, which will yield harvests until fall and winter.
With an increasingly lenient late season, August is an excellent month to start new crops in the vegetable garden.
Here are some ideas for vegetables and aromatic herbs that you can grow in the garden or vegetable patch from August.
There are over 30 different varieties of Chinese cabbage, but we commonly find only two types in France: the pÃ © -tsaÃ (Brassica rapa var. pekinensis) and the pak-choГЇ (Brassica rapa var. chinensis).
A large number of selected varieties appeared in Asia during the nineteenth century, mostly hybrids, which differ in the shape and density of their apple as well as their duration. of culture.
Pasta (Brassica rapa var. pekinensis)
Pak-choГЇ (Brassica rapa var. chinensis)
Growing Chinese cabbage takes about 2 1/2 months before harvest.
For a winter harvest, quite possible in the Mediterranean region:
An original recipe for shrimp breaded in sesame and fennel seeds, placed on a salad of coleslaw and carrots seasoned with a mustard curry vinaigrette.
At the beginning of spring, a few winter vegetables still remain in the gardens (leeks, improved wild chicory, kale, lamb's lettuce, chard.) And among all these vegetables a few small country flowers (primroses and.
Somewhat neglected, this green cabbage is enjoying renewed interest. Especially since cooks praise the nutritional benefits of its large, wavy leaves.
A balanced dish with Asian notes of ginger, soy sauce and sesame seeds to cook chicken with kale cabbage.
A winter simmered dish that highlights kale, carrots and potatoes in a broth flavored with Morteau sausage.
To take advantage of the vitamins in seasonal vegetables and fruits, a salad recipe featuring kale, beetroot, carrot and apple. The sauce, made from sesame cream, in addition to its amazing taste, will bring you.
Raw or cooked, this is one of the all too little-known treasure vegetables of the fall! Not only does red cabbage warm up the dishes of the first frost with its purpurine color, but it perfectly escorts many partners.
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A comforting dish composed of collard greens, carrots, potatoes, turnips and duck confit, enhanced by a touch of Espelette pepper.
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Here is one of the most fun recipes of the season: vegetables to garnish! Potatoes, onions and cabbage with meat, cheese, fish… The possibilities are endless, and the result always delicious.
Old, recent, traditional selections or even to experiment: how to choose well from the incredible variety offer.
An original way of cooking cauliflower, with a caper and anchovy sauce and a touch of white wine.
All cabbages are transplanted at the end of winter or at the very beginning of spring. They are resistant to small frosts, however they need good garden soil to grow well.
These stir-fried noodles are the iconic dish of matsuri, the popular Japanese festivals, where many stalls offer savory or sweet dishes to take away.
Tonkatsu is fried breaded pork. This is a very popular recipe in Japan. When served over a bowl of rice, the dish is called katsu-don.
Cooked or raw, the young shoots of this vegetable with Japanese origins are excellent, although too little used in France. This plant is from the same family as cabbage.
Cauliflower, head, broccoli, Brussels sprout. All varieties of cabbage grown in the vegetable garden can at one time or another be attacked by various pests. Recognizing them will allow you to fight better.
This is a vegetable that always surprises me. With his Martian head from the kitchen garden, he does not fit in the boxes. Attempted explanation.
Hubert Fontaine explains in pictures what are the advantages of gardening with the moon on leafy days.
This Korean specialty is very successful. Find here a basic vegetable recipe that you can decorate with your choice of beef, chicken or grilled shrimp.
Kale cabbage is grown like all cabbages. It is sown from April and transplanted in the ground in June in deep, rich and cool soil.
The originality of this salad recipe comes mainly from its seasoning with several oils rich in omega-3 on a cabbage base, hyper diet.
Very demanding and delicate, the tassai or Chinese cabbage grows best at the end of summer. It can be planted in the vegetable garden in the bed freed from the cultivation of potatoes.
The kale, very resistant to the rigors of winter, is one of the old varieties of unheaded cabbage. Here's how to sow it.
When is the best time to sow and then plant cabbages?
All varieties of cabbage are suitable for sowing in rows, in nurseries and in the ground. Our specialist, Hubert Fontaine gives you the keys.
Kale cabbage is very successful. Here it is in a salad recipe rich in vitamins.
Another way to eat Brussels sprouts, in a salad with mimolette, pear and hazelnuts.
Whether used raw or cooked, its virtues are endless. Rich in mineral salts and vitamins, it acts against anemia, but it is above all effective against stomach and intestinal ailments.
Some regions are subject to particular climatic conditions. Florence Cattenoz and Stéphane Henry, correspondents for the magazine Rustica, give you their advice and present you the actions to do in the garden in climate.
Some regions are subject to particular climatic conditions our correspondents for Rustica magazine give their advice. This expert gardener, living in an oceanic climate, explains the steps to be taken in the garden each month.
It's time to start making homemade sauerkraut yourself. All stages, from fermentation to tasting, with red cabbage!
Cabbage hernia is a disease that develops due to the acidity of the ground. Hubert Fontaine, our specialist, gives you his advice to identify it and above all to avoid it.
Vitamin C has antioxidant and anti-fatigue properties: its sources are much more varied than one might imagine!
Who has never observed a multitude of white butterflies fly to the vegetable garden after a good watering. It is the cabbageworm.
Originally from Asia, the sweet-tasting Pé tsai cabbage can be recognized by its compact and elongated apple.
In the vegetable garden of the École du Breuil, in Paris, you can discover different varieties of cabbage as beautiful as they are good.
A variation of sauerkraut, in this recipe, with haddock and salmon.
Accompanied by its necklaces of sausages or raw, sauerkraut has surprises in store for us. Easy to cook, it arouses creativity and fantasy, and goes out of its way to provide vitamins and taste pleasures.
We are between two seasons: winter has not come to an end and spring is hoped for. Now is the time to gently remineralize yourself, while effectively draining your body.
Easy and economical, this breeding guarantees you succulent meat. Indulge !
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Well-flavored beef and comforting and vitamin-enriched winter cabbage: rediscover the traditional stuffed cabbage!
Balanced and excellent for health, sauerkraut is recommended in the menus of nutritionists. This guinea fowl recipe is therefore much healthier than it looks.
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With tofu, for vegetarians, or chicken, this complete vegetable recipe will provide you with vitamins and minerals for the winter.
Forgotten for a while, perpetual vegetables return to our vegetable gardens, tired of losing their hair in winter. Cabbage from Daubenton, cive de Saint-Jacques, lovage, rocambole onion, sorrel, spinach and perpetual leek will delight you during the.
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Of European origin, cabbage has been cultivated for millennia. Depending on the selections, it has taken on various forms which all have the same needs. Cultivation advice and explanations by a professional gardener!
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How to fight against the parasite.
How to fight against this cabbage pest?
Cultivated for its inflorescence, cauliflower contains vitamins A, B1, B2 C and E, as well as calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus and potassium. Like broccoli, cauliflower requires regular watering, so it is more.
Kale, or collard greens, is cultivated for its broad, cut leaves. This leafy vegetable is very resistant to cold.
Add your touch of whimsy to a traditional recipe by replacing the pork with goose legs.
Winter cabbage needs rich soil that is well smoked and regularly fertilized for its development.
Winter cabbages have the advantage of being able to be sown in the nursery in spring or directly in place from May.
Broccoli cabbage is a vegetable from the Brassicaceae family. It is greedy and therefore cannot occupy the same place as every 3 years.
Raising broccoli is difficult to achieve. Whether in the ground or in a nursery, it is therefore advisable to sow more than necessary. Thinning is therefore necessary to eliminate the most fragile plants to leave.
Broccoli cabbage thrives in well-amended soil.
Broccoli should be transplanted about 1 month after sowing. The operation is more difficult to succeed than for other vegetables because this plant does not like transplantation. So it is better to take a number of.
Brussels sprouts are one of the least water demanding cabbages. Outside of drought periods, watering is occasional.
Transplanting Brussels sprouts does not present any particular difficulty. It is useful when sowing too thick, but some gardeners do without and plant the seedlings directly from the seed in their final location.
Brussels sprouts are the least demanding in terms of fertilization. It is even better to avoid, in soil too rich in nitrogen, any addition of organic fertilizer. This may interfere with the growth of the apples or cause them to burst.
Brussels sprouts are a greedy plant of the Brassicaceae family (formerly Crucifers), a little less demanding in organic matter than most other cabbages. What plants to install before.
Each foot of Brussels sprouts gives about forty small cabbages. Brussels sprouts are harvested throughout the winter as and when needed. They are very resistant to cold and.
Winter cabbage is grown in cool, moist soil. It is particularly vulnerable in the event of drought during the summer period.
The pak-choï-type Chinese cabbages, reminiscent of Swiss chard, or Pé-tsaï, in the shape of sugar loaf, are best grown at the end of the season, by direct sowing without transplanting to limit the early rise to seeds.
Coming from the Brassicaceae family, red cabbage is a fairly nitrogen-hungry vegetable. It will find its place in the rotation after a leafy vegetable crop or better yet, a green manure crop.
Winter cabbage can be transplanted after the first leaves appear. Transplanting is optional but gives the cabbage more root hairs.
Sprouting an early series of terrine spring cabbages to save time is often synonymous with success. These species are less prone to flea beetles and to the risk of water stress when they do.
This refined starter with sweet and savory pairings is ideal for putting Brussels sprouts back on the menu.
Land of contrasts and sometimes extreme conditions, the East of France is nevertheless a region where culture rhymes with diversity. Selection of adapted vegetable species.
If the mild winters and the sandy soils close to the coast allow very specific crops of early crops such as potatoes from Noirmoutier and Île de Ré, or strawberries from Plougastel, farmers and gardeners.
Winter vegetable for light stuffed cabbage recipe.
In syrup or decoction, cabbage (Brassica oleracea) eliminates intestinal parasites and relieves coughs. As a poultice, it relieves joint pain and skin diseases.
We sow "for a long time" in the vegetable garden! Even after the first large series of plantings, when it comes to watering, hoeing, pruning, you should also consider sowing.
Easy germination, simple maintenance, even the first few weeks, and the possibility of moving them to bare roots. So many reasons to sow cabbages!
Selected for their ability to reach impressive sizes, certain varieties of vegetables and flowers grow inordinately. Discover the best competition plants!
After two or three months, this vegetable plant presents a ball, green or purplish, a few centimeters above the ground. Little known, kohlrabi is however as easy to grow as it is to cook.
This is a story that makes you laugh. This cabbage, now extremely fashionable, highly recommended by curious gardeners, especially for its young shoots in spring, is in fact originally a perennial forage cabbage.
From the first warmth, the "weeds" appear, ready to invade everything! Here are some ecological techniques to limit them. You will overcome it… wear and tear.
In Strasbourg, we add liver quenelles, in Colmar, we replace sausages from Strasbourg by those from Frankfurt. Other pieces of cured pork can accompany the sauerkraut, but be careful, never ham!
A few spoons of crème fraîche, old-fashioned mustard. a simple recipe for an ideal vegetable accompaniment with your meat and game.
Recipe to fill up on sun and vitamins.
Traditional winter cabbage recipe.
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Winter recipe: traditional dish revisited in fish fashion
A slice of vegetable, one of fish. a very balanced winter recipe.
Plain, pork, smoked, cabbage. there are different varieties of diots. These Savoyard sausages are traditionally cooked in white wine.
A seasonal meat dish with sweet and savory pairings.
A combination of seasonal vegetables for a comforting winter soup.
Vegetables and meat: a complete winter soup.
If you preferred sowing in a box to sowing in place, proceed, around August, to a first transplanting of the plants before their establishment. They will thus be stronger and stockier and will resume.
Sown in April, broccoli cabbage should be transplanted to its final location when it has developed 4 or 5 leaves. Harvest from the end of autumn.
In another form, this gratin, cooked with some bacon, goes perfectly with roast pork.
To get nice, firm buds in May and June of next year, sow “head” headed cabbages between August and September. Choose early varieties that resist winter frosts well.
Chinese cabbage or pessai, this elongated vegetable has a less pronounced flavor than those of classic varieties. However, it is sown in the same way.
Le chou ‘de Brême’, spécialité de l’Allemagne du Nord, est une variété non pommée dont on récolte les feuilles au fur et à mesure des besoins, et que l’on consomme.
Rustique, le chou ‘de Brême’ reste productif tout l’hiver. La récolte peut débuter entre 3 et 4 mois après le semis, selon les conditions climatiques. De ce chou non pommé, on consomme les feuilles.
Plantés à l'automne, les choux pommés ont résisté au froid et passé l'hiver sans encombre. Après neuf mois de culture depuis le semis, les plus forts d'entre eux sont maintenant.
Ce sont les inflorescences, groupées en petites pommes, qui constituent les parties comestibles des choux brocolis. On appelle souvent ces portions des jets. Elles se récoltent au fur et à mesure des besoins.
Voisin du chou pommé, le chou chinois présente une pomme vert clair, bien ferme, plutôt allongée. Ses feuilles sont très serrées les unes contre les autres, avec une large nervure blanc crème.
On distingue deux catégories de choux pommés : ceux à feuilles lisses, ou choux cabus, et ceux à feuilles cloquées dits choux de Milan.
L'appellation "chou de Bruxelles" indique l'origine de ce légume. Revendiqué comme une marque nationale par les Belges, sa tige élevée est garnie de feuilles à l’aisselle desquelles figurent de jeunes bourgeons.
Le temps de culture des choux est assez long, entre 4,5 et 9 mois. L’arrosage des plants est conseillé en période sèche, comme les binages et sarclages. Des gestes qui permettent de réduire l’impact du soleil sur le sol car il est moins plat. Ils permettent également à l’eau de pluie et l’eau d’arrosage de pénétrer le sol sans ruisseler. Pendant l’été, un paillage est également préconisé car il réduit l’impact du soleil.
Afin d'Г©viter d'attirer les ravageurs spГ©cifiques Г la famille des choux (BrassicacГ©es) et de ne pas entretenir la prГ©sence de champignons parasites dans le sol, il est recommandГ© de ne pas replanter de choux ni de lГ©gumes вЂ“ ou engrais verts вЂ“ de la mГЄme famille (radis, navet, roquette, moutarde, colzaвЂ¦) avant 5В ou 6В ans.
Les plantes puissamment aromatiques ont la capacitГ© d'Г©garer les ravageurs qui se repГЁrent souvent Г l'odeur pour retrouver leur hГґte prГ©fГ©rГ©. Entourez la culture de choux (ou insГ©rez entre eux) de mГ©lisse, de sauge, de romarin, de coriandre, d'aneth, mais aussi d'Е“illets d'Inde ou de tomates.
Le chou est gourmand en azote, plantez-le si possible aprГЁs une plante amГ©liorante (fГЁve, pois, haricot, trГЁfle, luzerneвЂ¦). AprГЁs les choux, vous pourrez semer des lГ©gumes racines, qui puiseront les Г©lГ©ments nutritifs plus en profondeur.
L'alternance de rangs de choux et de laitue ou d'Г©pinards Г©loignerait l'altise.
Un semis de trГЁfle blanc sur la parcelle de choux aurait pour effet de protГ©ger le collet des pontes de la mouche.
Certaines plantes, grГўce Г leur teneur en huiles essentielles, ont la facultГ© de repousser des parasites spГ©cifiques du chouВ :
Г‰pandez ou piquez en terre des tiges et des feuilles fraГ®ches ou sГЁches, en renouvelant souvent l'opГ©ration.