Choosing the right vegetables to grow in your garden is dependant on many factors, today we will address what vegetables to grow for beginner gardeners. Let’s face it; some vegetables are easier to grow versus other complex vegetable varieties. We aim to set you up for gardening success not failure.
There are many great vegetables for beginner gardeners that you can start growing with ease as seeds. A few examples of vegetables to start from a seed and can be planted directly into the ground are beans, cucumbers, summer squash, radishes and lettuce. These vegetables will not only be simple for you as a beginner but these vegetables require little maintenance and grow fairly quick.
Vegetables that are great for beginning gardeners for summer harvest are plenty. You can start with the vegetables as followed: Tomatoes, Peppers, Eggplant, and Cucumbers. Dependant on space, corn is ideal for gardening ease and summer harvest as well.
It is encouraging to look forward to new vegetables year round. What about vegetables great for the beginner gardener for spring and fall harvest? Lettuce (mentioned above), Broccoli, Spinach, and Peas are great for spring and fall harvest.
All in all, do your homework, plant what vegetables you fancy most, and enjoy yourself. For those of you that have vegetable gardens, please share what vegetables you recommend our beginner gardeners to start with to lead them to gardening success by commenting below.