10 vegetables for beginners to gardening

by Nina Payne

Multiple ways to deal with food insecurity now He explains why no one can take food security for granted now and explores several ways to become safer. My first steps in indoor gardening Explains that in April, I started to buy five edible garden The plants I grow in my dining room window. This was a very easy and fun way to get started and helped me get to know the characters of plants. The scents of basil, mint and rosemary are amazing. The Sage grew very slowly, but soon I had to get trellises for the fast-climbing mint! I bought a plant lamp to help the sage plant start to droop and recover.

Article: Top 10 Vegetables for Beginners to Grow

In May, I joined Myrtle Village Green Park (MVG) Which is about a 15 minute walk from my apartment in Brooklyn.

Myrtle Village Green is the only community garden, outdoor learning space, and secular gathering place of its kind in this part of Bed-Stuy. We feed the neighborhood with 1.3 tons of affordable, nutrient-rich food per season, and over 50 types of fruits and vegetables from around the world. Our compost volunteers have composted over 36,000 pounds of food waste and trained dozens of community members on how to compost it at home.”

I hope to have a plot in the garden next year, however, one of my biggest questions was what I could/should plant. Now I have a much better idea. The article and video below recommend slightly different plants to get you started, but there is a general consensus between them. The article explains more about How do To grow these plants, the video explains more about them Why to grow them.

Top 10 vegetables to grow for beginners in gardening He says ,

“If you are a novice gardener, you may feel confused in all the things you do The need to learn. But it shouldn’t be too frustrating. Starting with common, low-maintenance vegetables is a great way to build gardening skills for beginners. When I was a novice gardener, I focused on a few vegetables that are easy to grow. Focusing on a few vegetables to start keeps things under control. Once you get used to those, you can move on to Increase the value of vegetables for a year for your family!”

The article recommends starting with the following 10 plants and showing how to grow them:

  1. Leafy greens: Swiss chard, lettuce, spinach
  2. tomatoes
  3. Option
  4. Pumpkin and winter squash
  5. Pepper
  6. Carrots
  7. peas
  8. beet
  9. Onions
  10. green beans or beans

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Video: Top 10 Beginner Vegetables to Grow

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The list below is based on how easy the plants are to grow, how versatile they are, how productive the crops are, how healthy they are to eat, and how good they taste.

  1. lettuce It is high in nutrients, but low in calories.
  2. Carrots It contains the antioxidants lutein and beta-carotene that help protect eyesight. They can be grown in many climates all year round.
  3. cabbage It protects against heart disease.
  4. beet It contains a high amount of vitamins and minerals that are known for their many health benefits. They are rich in fiber and low in fat and calories. They are an excellent food that may help prevent cancer. They are easy to grow and you can eat the leaves as well as the roots.
  5. Onions It helps regulate blood sugar, helps strengthen veins, lowers cholesterol, prevents the growth of harmful bacteria in the stomach, and boosts the immune system.
  6. Option It contains no fat and is a low-calorie snack. They are rich in nutrients. They can be preserved in many ways including fermented and pickled.
  7. peas It contains vitamin K and manganese that can help in the healing of the body.
  8. beans It is one of the most complete foods. They contain so many important nutrients that you can almost survive on beans alone. They are rich in proteins and B vitamins that aid in brain and nerve function. There are many types of beans. It is one of the easiest vegetables for beginners to grow.
  9. tomatoes They are probably the healthiest foods you can eat raw or cooked. The health benefits increase when you cook. It contains lycopene, which makes it red, and is a powerful antioxidant that helps protect against cancer and degenerative diseases. They contain vitamin C, potassium and many other elements that protect the skin and heart health.
  10. Potato It is a nutrient dense food. They have more potassium than bananas. Potassium is an essential electrolyte necessary for optimal muscle function. They are a good source of fibre. They have Vitamin B6 which helps with brain function. It has become one of the most important foods on the planet. You grow potatoes from potatoes.

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Nina Payne writes for Natural Blaze and Activist Post

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