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Old 15.06.2020, 21:16
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Re: What kind of vegetable plants grow in Switzerland?

Balconies can get baking hot so you may need to shield your plants from the sun at the height of summer, then again, some might not get enough sun.
Tomatoes are easy although can get whitefly, raspberries and strawberries can do well but it's likely too late to get anything to eat from them this year. Courgettes are easy but I've never got them to grow. Peas but again might be too late. Figs. A lot of it is trial and error. When it comes to 'erde' you might want to look at something 'bio' and use bio fertilser if necessary. Generally bigger pots are better and the ones with a reservoir in the bottom can be good.
Google it, go on youtube etc, and you'll see what other people are doing.
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