It’s that time of year again.
Time to start planting those seeds and growing your garden full of vegetables.
But, what are the easiest vegetables to grow?
Growing a garden can be intimidating. But, there are a few popular vegetables that are really simple to get started that will give you the motivation to continue growing them year round.
Since the coronavirus quarantine started, people across America have been reconnecting with projects around the house, getting those honey do things done, and taking up old hobbies to pass the time.
And, now the weather outside is starting to changes. It’s the perfect time to get that gardening done.
However, not many people have a green thumb for gardening and lack the knowledge or experience to begin growing a garden.
This is not a problem at all.
I got you covered.
Before we get started with the easiest vegetables to grow, here are some tips to consider.
- Only start a garden if you are willing to put in the work
- Ensure your garden will have plenty of sunlight
- Ensure you have the right tools and supplies
Okay, here we go. The easiest vegetables to grow right now:
- Lettuce – Quick to grow, easy to pick, and doesn’t need a lot of space
- Tomatoes – The easiest to grow, need lots of sun, and can grow in a hanging basket on your balcony or front porch
- Cucumbers – Need sun and support for vines because they grow very quickly
- Carrots – Require deep, well drained soil and direct sunlight
- Radishes – Quick and easy to grow and only take about 20 days to grow.
- Bell Peppers – Really easy to grow. Takes a bit to grow. Start inside and move outside. Need water and full sunlight.
- Green Beans – Grow them in well-drained soil and lots of sun
- Zucchini or Squash – They grow really fast so limit how many you grow. They need warm sun, and a lot of water.
Once you gain more confidence growing your own garden, you will discover how much fun it is, how much easier it is to eat healthier, and save money having your own fresh produce readily available.