Easiest Vegetables to grow in your garden

New to gardening ? do you fear that you may not produce green leafy vegetables like you see on social media ? Let me help you in giving you 10 basic vegetables which you can grow easily in your garden or in containers at home regardless of age and skills !!

1. LETTUCE

A salad from your garden is always fresh and wannabee. who doesn’t like fresh salad ?  There are a wide variety of plants which can be chopped when they are barely a weeks old.
When sowing seeds directly into the soil, you should plant approximately 10 seeds per foot. Space your rows 12 to 18 inches apart. Thin leaf lettuce seedlings to 4 inches apart. Romaine and butterhead lettuce seedlings require 6 to 8 inches between each plant

2.SPINACH

Spinach tops the list in quickly growing list and it is rich in iron. It is also a type of loosely growing lettuce which needs to be planted in well drains soil with compost.
Plant spinach seeds an inch apart in rows 14-18 inches apart and cover the seeds with a 1/2 inch of soil. Keep the soil moist and after the seeds germinate thin them to stand 3-5 inches apart. Most gardeners like to do this in several passes to determine the strongest plants to save.

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3.TOMATOES

Tomatoes are all time favorite of all. from Salad to ketchups , from eating raw to cooked its is just delicious. Just throw some seeds in well drained soil and some organic fertilizers , there is no comparison of home grown tomatoes.Set tomato plants into the ground once soil and night-time air temperature stay above 60 degrees Fahrenheit. … For potted tomatoes, don’t add additional fertilizer at planting; choose a pot with one or more drainage holes and don’t use a saucer outdoors, because it collects water and can keep roots soggy.

4. BELL PEPPERS

Bell peppers are a very flavorful vegetable that are terribly easy to grow.

Again, these plants are recommended to either be started indoors 4-6 weeks before transplanting outside or to just be purchased as seedlings from your local nursery.Growing bell peppers isn’t difficult, but temperature is an important factor. While they’re fairly easy to grow, pepper plant care in these early stages is critical. Always start pepper plant seedlings indoors. … You should begin to see signs of plants popping up within a couple weeks.

5. BASIL

Basil is an excellent source of vitamin K, manganese, iron, vitamin A, and vitamin C. It’s also a good source of calcium, magnesium, and omega-3 fatty acids. Basil isn’t simply for internal use.
Basil does its best in well-drained, moist soil with a neutral pH. Basil grows well in warm environments that receive about six hours of sun each day.

6. SQUASH

Squash is another one of easiest vegetables to grow. It is recommended that you either start your squash seeds indoors or buy squash seedlings for a quicker harvest.When planting squash be sure to plant them with compost into well-drained soil. Squash enjoy the sun so planting them in direct sunlight or where they will get majority sun throughout the day is important.

7.PEAS

Peas are a trouble free crop that enjoy cooler weather. Sow them directly into the ground from March to June and look forward to the incredible sweet flavor of fresh picked peas from June to August. All they need is support for their stems – simply erect some chicken wire or netting between supports at each end of the row. You’ll be amazed at how good fresh peas taste – and the more that you pick them, the more they produce!

8. SPRING ONIONS
Spring onions are ready to harvest about 8 weeks from sowing. Simply pull them from the ground as needed.
Harvest 2-3 times. Then you can use the bulbs as well, discard the roots and start again with new ready-grown spring onions. Note* Alternatively, if you snip small sections of the plant off ( and never more than half), then the onion should have enough plant left to regrow repeatedly and will last a lot longer.

9. GARLICS
It is an ancient bulbous vegetable. Garlic is easy to grow and requires very little space in the garden. Garlic grows from individual cloves broken off from a whole bulb. Each clove will multiply in the ground, forming a new bulb that consists of 5-10 cloves.


10. CUCUMBER

For the best-tasting fruit and optimum yields, grow plants in a sunny spot and in warm, fertile, and well-drained soil rich in organic matter with a soil PH between 6 and 7. If possible, plant cucumbers in a raised bed or container garden to ensure that soil drains properly.When properly cared for and kept free of disease, cucumbers produce long, slender fruit that range in length from 3 to 24 inches. It is ready for harvest in 50 to 70 days from planting, depending on how you plan to use them

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