The 15 easiest vegetables to grow in pots

The 15 easiest vegetables to grow in pots

The good news is that growing your own food is not complicated. Starting a garden can be easy if you plant the right plants. There are many vegetables that produce great products and do not require a lot of work. 

Whether you are an expert gardener or you want to start a vegetable garden with little time and effort.

 Here are the best vegetables, which are almost foolproof to grow.
1. Beet Root

Beet Root

Different varieties grow well in small spaces, however, if you want the best results try growing, you need to have a pot that is at least 12 inches deep so that the beets can grow freely .
In such a place you can grow six different plants. If you want more, choose baby beets.

2. Beans 

There are two best bush types, including 'derby' and 'provider' - to grow this you need a pot about 12 inches deep. It is important to check the deep roots of vegetables for better growth. If you want to grow tall trees in a box, you will need to add a trellis to the pot.
3. Carrots


Are you interested in growing carrots in containers? If yes, then you need to start different types like:
If you are diligent about watering the pot, you are likely to get better plants. If you want to have a tall plant, be sure to choose a deep pot.
4. Cole Crops
Cole Crops

Cabbage crops include cauliflower, broccoli, and cabbage; These are the easiest vegetables to grow in pots. However, you should not plant many species in one pot, otherwise they will not be able to grow. 

5. Cucumber


If you want to grow cucumbers in containers, always go for the pickled cucumber variety. You need to consider the plants that come from the edge of the pot.
 6. Eggplant

Any pot up to 5 inches deep can be used for planting eggplant. However, without a stick, you won't be able to hold the stick in the pot, so use the stick carefully.

7. Lettuce and other greens

Lettuce and other greens

If you are looking for the best potted vegetables, your choice should be green leafy lettuce. 

In this case, the size of the pot does not go inside. Use fertile soil, add essential seeds and keep the soil moist so you can get beautiful salads from the vegetable garden.

 8. Melon


Have you heard of dwarf melons? These are small types of watermelons, perfect for growing in small pots. In a deep pot it will continue to grow and leave a round part. These will give the fruit the necessary support, so pay special attention to them.
 9. Onion 


Scallions grow best in containers. You will need a bag of everything and a pot about 4 to 5 inches deep. At this size, you can grow the onion freely until it reaches the size of a bulb.

 10. Peas

 You can grow up to six plants in a 12 inch pot of different types of peas:

  •  Green Arrow
  • Maestro
  •  English peas
  •  Sugar Bonnap pea

11: pepper


It is a good rule of thumb to have a large pot for peppers to grow well. You are free to grow any type of pepper in a container.

 12. Potatoes


Growing potatoes is always fun, but growing potatoes in a bag is especially fun. You will need a 12 inch pot and plant 3 to 4 potatoes in the pot.
Keep giving it enough water for the plant to start producing; make sure all branches are covered with soil. In a few months you will be able to get the first potatoes and later you will have to remove the bigger ones.
13. Radishes

Radishes can be grown quickly and easily, even if you have a small budget. You just have to sprinkle a few seeds in a pot (high level) and keep the soil well moist. 

14. Squash



Use pots that are 5 to 7 inches deep to grow good varieties of winter squash - these can include:

  • Cornell Bush Delicata
  • Papaya pear 
  • Table kinner

15. Tomatoes


It is your right to have delicious, fresh tomatoes; you can grow them in pots. However, you should first try a dwarf variety like Bush Big Boy in a 5 inch container. Popular types of dwarfism are:

  • Cherry tomatoes
  • Plum Yellow
  • Window Box Roma

All these types fit well in small bags and pots.
 So, now you will be interested to start growing vegetables in containers. Gardening offers many benefits to the gardener.
It is better to grow your own food because you know exactly what goes into the produce and know what you are eating.



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