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5 Easy-to-Grow Vegetables

Start your own vegetable garden with these five easy-to-grow vegetables.

If you’re new to the world of vegetable gardening, you’ll probably want to start with some easy-to-grow vegetables. With your own vegetable garden, you can enjoy fresh produce and even start home canning. Blain’s Farm & Fleet is here to help you get started with five foolproof, easy-to-grow vegetables.

5 Easy-to-grow Vegetables
A vegetable garden is a great way to grow your own, organic vegetables right in your backyard. If you’re just starting out, you’ll want to plant some of these easy-to-grow vegetables.

1. Carrots

Carrots are easy to plant and grow. You’ll want to plant the carrot seeds in cooler weather. Harvest them within 60-75 days or when their tops pop up over the soil line. You’ll also need sandy soil that’s deep enough for the root vegetable to grow.

2. Green Beans

Green beans are a great vegetable to add to your garden. You can eat them fresh out of the garden. You can even can them to enjoy all year round. Start out with these delicious and easy-to-grow vegetables. Once you’ve harvested the green beans, you can even start home canning them to enjoy later.

3. Radishes

These in-ground vegetables are easy to grow. They’re hardy, and can be planted in the spring and fall. Radishes grow quickly and easy, giving you a plentiful crop. When you plant radishes, don’t leave them in the garden too long. If they aren’t picked early enough, they will lose their flavor.

4. Tomatoes

Tomatoes are great for your vegetable garden. They come in a variety of sizes, from cherry tomatoes to the big Amish paste tomatoes. With tomatoes, you will have to be careful of pests and diseases. There are tomato starter plants available to make the growing process even easier. Tomatoes are also great for canning. Tomatoes can be canned just on their own or you can even make homemade salsa and spaghetti sauce.

5. Cucumbers

Cucumbers are an easy vegetable to plant in your garden. Just make sure you plant them in the warm season. The Farmer’s Almanac suggests planting them at least two weeks after the last spring frost. You can preserve cucumbers by freezing or pickling them.

Planting your own vegetable garden is fun and healthy activity that the whole family can enjoy. To learn more about living off the land and growing your own vegetables, visit our Gardening and Hobby Farming blogs.


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