Top 10 Easy Vegetables to Grow in Your Garden

Choosing the right vegetables early helps decrease veggie garden time and effort. Good planning helps you decide how much space, time, and food to grow in your garden.   

Bush Bean

1

New growers find bush beans simplest. Press the seeds 1 inch deep in sunny, excellent soil and voilà! In days, seedlings appear. Bush beans mature 50 days after sowing.

Asian Green

2

In 30 days, most gourmet restaurant Asian greens can be harvested. After the soil is suitable in early spring, continuous salad gardens need foot-wide seed bands and new seed every few weeks.    

Cherry Tomatoes

3

Cherry tomatoes develop long, delicious chains. They grow easily in large containers or garden beds. The trustworthy Black Cherry, Supersweet 100, and Sungold offer lots of sweet fruit.

Zucchini

4

Zucchini, a summer squash, produces loads. One plant can produce dozens of fragile summer fruits. Zephyr and Eight Ball zucchini are colourful and varied.   

Swiss Chard

5

Swiss chard is productive, appealing, and easy to grow in vegetable and flower gardens. White-stemmed Ford hook Giant varieties are good for productivity over appearance.  

Garlic

6

Low-maintenance garlic grows itself! Hardneck garlic thrives in cool winters, softneck in mild ones. Every autumn, I plant 500 cloves and harvest an abundance of garlic in July.  

Garlic

6

Low-maintenance garlic grows itself! Hardneck garlic thrives in cool winters, softneck in mild ones. Every autumn, I plant 500 cloves and harvest an abundance of garlic in July.  

Peas

7

Our home rarely has homegrown peas. Instead, we enjoy crisp, delicious peas straight from the vine in the garden. Shell, snow, and snap peas dominate.   

Cucumber

8

Bush or vine-grown cucumbers. Potable bushes are excellent. Vine sprawls without training. I prefer lemon cucumbers, heirlooms with yellow-green oval fruits.  

Lettuce

9

Growing salads saves money for daily salad eaters. Leaf lettuce thrives, and Black Seeded Simpson, Red Sails, and Red Salad Bowl yield in one month! Early spring pot or garden seeding.

Japanese Turnip

10

Japanese turnips like Hakurei and Mikado, a farmer's market favourite, mature in five weeks. With crisp roots and excellent greens, they yield double.  

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