So what are the easiest vegetables to grow? Do you like gardening? Would you like to know what those crops that are really easy to grow are? Or you are just starting it, and now you search some tips what to plant or sow in your garden. Insider Monkey recently published an article in which we can find lots of interesting facts about his topic.
More and more people want to turn back to the nature, and they begin to farm or control the land, or at least just a small garden. As for me I love gardening, I have lots of vegetables in my garden: cucumber, tomato, paprika, marrow, beans, peas, and so on. Also I have planted some delicious fruit, too such as strawberry and raspberry. It is such a nice feeling to see my plants to grow every day, and wait for eating them for the first time this year! I can hardly wait to eat my own vegetables.
In order to get the right answer, Insider Monkey has consulted sites like Spark People, Life Hacker, The Spruce, Almanac and DIY Naurals. They collected all the information they could find and now we can see the list. The vegetables were ranked by the most mentioning.
For now we have picked three vegetables from the list: beets, peppers, and spinach. Beets are very easy to grow, they need lots of water. It is the best if you plant them in winter, and in spring it can grow fast. They begin sprouting within two weeks. Peppers are rather easy to treat, I always sow seeds into some soil in the end of winter, and in spring I can plant little plants into my garden. If you put aside some seeds from the peppers you grow every year, you don’t need to buy seeds again. At last but not least we mention spinach. Well, this delicious plant grows easily and fast, if you sow the seeds, you can eat spinach in three weeks. What’s more, you can sow it couple of times until the middle of the summer.
For any further tasty tips, you should read Insider Monkey’s article about the easiest vegetables to grow.