Onions are know to grow well in containers. They will look after themselves in winter. Onions take a long time to grow and will be available in summer but it is well worth wait.
Tomatoes are the most productive vegetable available to grow in pots. You can also grow dwarf varieties which requires small place and higher yields.
A single plant can produce hundreds of fruits. Climbing varieties produce huge number of fruits with just support of single pole inside the pot.
It is grown very easily and you can harvest it multiple times. Don’t sow the seeds deep into the soil just spread them and cover little soil over as the seeds need light for germination.
Size of pot doesn’t matter for lettuce just add fertile soil. It is healthy and continuously productive. So if you want something healthy, green, and fast, then you should definitely consider lettuce.
Peas prefer moderate conditions and can be grown in pots or containers. Place the plant in full sunlight and choose a dwarf bushier variety. Peas can be planted post 2 months of planting.
Potatoes require around 12 inches deep pots in which 3 potatoes can be placed inside the pot. Within weeks harvest large potatoes leaving small behind for further growing.
Beet plant doesn’t like too much of sunlight, you can harvest it in 2 months time. If you personally don’t like the beet you can choose to eat the greens.
Growing garlic is not as easy as other plants. They have a long growing season same as onions and will be available in summer.
It is one of the favorite crop which just grows post cutting. It will yield more in winter and is high yielding green leafy crop.
Growing spinach in containers is easy too you can even grow it indoors on a windowsill.
9. Spring Onions
Spring onions are another really versatile plant and can be gown in less than 3-4 weeks. They are tasty and used as a garnish for soups.
Chillies are super productive and excellent candidates for growing in containers. If you keep the pot in a sunny spot and provide right soil and fertilize the plant time to time it will fruit heavily.
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