5 Best Container Vegetables for Beginning Gardeners
These vegetables are perfect for those who have started to grow vegetables in containers recently. Easy to grow and productive!
They’re all easy to start from seed and will grow happily in containers.
Are you new to gardening? New to ideas like crop rotation and plant thinning? Don’t worry–vegetable gardening doesn’t have to be a chore!
Even if you only have an apartment patio, you can grow your own vegetables. There’s no comparison in flavor, and a $3 packet of seeds will give you plants for several years.
Growing veggies in containers is an easy way to enjoy fresh food without the hassles of pulling weeds or tilling the soil. All you need is a pot, good soil, and the sun!
1. Bush Slicer cucumber
Juicy slicing cucumbers in record time on disease resistant, dwarf bushes, perfect for a small space or container. The 6 to 8 inch long fruits have smooth, tender skin and sweet, crisp flesh.
2. Rolande bush bean
Extra-slim, long deep green filet or “haricot vert” snap beans. A fine French delicacy with superb taste. Refined introduction with extra-crispy texture.