If you are a novice in gardening, it is a good start to plant vegetables directly. You can directly sow into your outdoor garden -you don't need to start indoors! From the delicious salad vegetables to the rich summer pumpkin, there are many satisfactory crops in your garden. In this article, we will provide 10 simple direct -sowing vegetables for novice gardeners. All of these are easy to plant in areas with sufficient sunlight and well drainage soil. If there is insufficient space, many are suitable for containers, and Savana garden beds are good choices!

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Looseleaf Lettuce

Even in a container, a large amount of vegetables can be produced. You won't wait for your first crop for too long: Most varieties are mature in 45-50 days. Lettuce likes the cool weather in early spring, so as long as the soil is feasible, plant as soon as possible. In order to continuously supply fresh vegetable salads, sowing once every week until the temperature reaches 70 ° F or more. You can plant it again when the temperature drops in the late summer to enjoy the fresh leaves of autumn.

Bush Beans

You don't need a lot of horticultural experience to plant a large amount of fresh, crispy shrub beans. Unlike climbing beans, shrub beans are compact and have two feet tall or shorter -this means you can plant them in the courtyard container! After the danger of frost passed, sowing this warm season. In order to obtain a steady stream of beans, new crops are sowed every two weeks until midsummer.


21 days after germination, you can harvest delicious radish, which is different from anything in the supermarket. Radish is one of the fastest and easiest vegetables for planting, and is an ideal choice for the new gardener. They are also suitable for containers. As a cool season, radish should be sown in early spring or late summer as autumn crops. The trick is to choose them before these fast -growing growers. The best way to determine the correct harvest time? Pump one and do a taste test!


Cucumbers who like to expose the sun are staple foods in the summer garden, and you hardly need to pay attention. When there is no more creamy danger, make sure they are planted in warm soil. The variety of shrubs and cucumbers that save space can grow in containers without support, while brewing varieties are more dispersed and benefit from the support of scaffolds or fences. Note: Cucumber plants are very thirsty, so watering at the soil line.


Fresh peas in early spring, tender, sweet, and easy to grow! There are three types of peas, which give you a variety of options: shell peas, crispy peas or snow peas. Plants grow up in cool weather, so you should be sown in the garden about one month before the last frost date of your area. Whether you plant a climbing variety or shrub, all peas can grow the best without support. Before planting peas, you must set up a scaffolding for climbing peas.

Summer Squash

In summer, pumpkin output is extremely high, with various interesting colors and shapes, from classic green zucchini to yellow crook pumpkin and round pie. Planting in early summer, prepare for the delicious supply of the whole season. Pumpkin needs more growth space than other vegetables on the list: sowing in the garden, sowing is about 3 feet. These plants have high moisture content, so be sure to keep the water sufficient. Pumpkin is best to eat when the skin is shiny!

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Kale is a popular first season of crops, because it maintains low cost, cold -resistant, and nutritious. This multi -purpose green can endure frost -in fact, after the plant experiences the first frost, its taste will become sweeter! In the early spring or autumn sowing kale seeds, once each plant has 10-12 leaves, starts to harvest.


Turnips grows rapidly, and is friendly to containers. It is an excellent cool season crop with ambitious green thumb. Bonus: You can eat roots and leaves! Sowing turnips seeds in a well -cultivated loose soil to achieve a complete shape and size. Within a few months, you can enjoy raw or cooked crispy roots.


 The green onion is also called green onion, and it is simple to grow in the backyard. Onions like cool weather, and should be sown in early spring or autumn. If you live in a southern area without frost, you can grow green onions all winter! The stems and bulbs of the onion are edible, which adds delicious onion flavor to almost any dish.


We cannot summarize this first -schochrobe -friendly vegetable list without including sesame vegetables! This slightly pepper -flavored salad star grows quickly from the seeds and can be harvested within three weeks. Although sesame vegetables like the weather in spring and autumn, it can tolerate the warmer temperature than other green vegetables. In hot weather, the coverage around plants is covered to keep the roots cool.


January 02, 2023

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