It’s That Time of The Year To Plant! Here’s Our List Of The Best Vegetables, Fruits and Herbs


Vegetable gardening is a fun and rewarding activity. If you’re just getting started or have been growing your own garden for years, here are some tips on what to plant in your garden this season.

The best garden vegetables grow in soil that has been properly prepared.

Soil preparation is essential for growing the best vegetables. Soil should be tilled and fertilized, enriched with compost or well-rotted manure, and tested for pH balance. It also needs to be tested for nutrients like nitrogen and phosphorus, as well as pests like nematodes. Depending on the type of vegetable you want to grow, your soil may need more water retention or drainage capacity; in either case, test your soil before planting anything in it so that you know exactly what your garden needs before you begin growing food there

To get the best results, plan your garden.

To get the best results, plan your garden.

  • Plan before you plant. Make sure to have a space in your yard to grow food and make sure it has enough sunlight and room for growth.
  • Once you have a space that is right for planting, gather all of the supplies you will need: seeds or seedlings (depending on whether or not they’re already growing), dirt/soil/compost mix, trowel/spade/cultivator for digging holes for seeds/seedlings and watering cans for watering plants.
  • Now that everything’s set up, it’s time to start planting! Remember that different plants grow at different times so make sure any vegetable plants are planted at least six weeks before the last frost date in order to avoid damage from freezing temperatures during winter months when nights become colder than 40 degrees Fahrenheit (4°C).

Plant tomatoes.

Tomatoes are a great vegetable to plant. They’re easy to grow, and you can find them at most garden centers in the spring. The only thing you need is a sunny spot outdoors or indoors, depending on what kind of tomato you like (you can even grow them in containers!). The best time to plant tomatoes is around May or June when it’s warm outside but not too hot yet.

You should also water your plants often so they don’t dry out! You’ll know they’re thirsty when they look wilted or droopy — watering will make them perk right up again!

Plant lettuce and other greens.

Lettuce is easy to grow and can be grown in a variety of containers. It makes for a lovely addition to your garden, or you can use it as an indoor plant if you don’t have outdoor space. You can also grow lettuce in the winter, so there’s no need to wait until spring has sprung!

Lettuce is good for salads and sandwiches alike, so this versatile vegetable will make all of your meals healthier without taking up too much space in your kitchen.

Plant beans.

Beans are a delight to grow. They don’t take up much space, they grow quickly, and they’re easy to maintain. The beans that you harvest can be used in many different ways—as a side dish, in a soup or stew, or mashed with butter and salt as a snack (or even dessert). Beans are also high in protein: 1 cup of cooked dry beans contains 15 grams of protein! Beans are also great for your garden because they improve the soil’s structure when added to compost piles. This is particularly important for gardens that have been neglected for years—bean plants will help break down the soil so that new plants can take root more easily.

Beans are an all-around excellent choice if you want something healthy and easy to grow in your garden this year!

Consider less common veggies and herbs to liven up your garden.

If you’re looking to grow something a little different this year, consider herbs like oregano and parsley. You can also try growing vegetables such as asparagus, kohlrabi, rutabaga and rhubarb. And if you are looking for an alternative to the standard fruit tree or berry bush in your garden look into blueberries, grapes and plums (and make sure to add some self-pollinating varieties).

Herbs are great because they are easy to grow and will give your cooking a kick! You can use them fresh or dried for soups; pesto sauce; salad dressings; roasted veggies or tossed into a salad just before serving. Some herbs will even repel insects from your garden by creating an unpleasant smell that bugs don’t appreciate while others repel mice with their smell alone!

If you can handle it, start with seeds or seedlings, not plants.

There’s no doubt that growing your own vegetables is a rewarding experience. However, it can be challenging for a beginner gardener to figure out which vegetable plants are the easiest to grow and what type of soil they need.

Here are some tips on how to grow great veggie gardens:

  • If you can handle it, start with seeds or seedlings, not plants. Growing your own seedlings will give you the best possible chance at success because they are exactly what they should be: young versions of their adult counterparts. Seedlings often have better survival rates than plants because they haven’t been stressed by transplanting at all!
  • Plant in well-drained soil rich in nutrients such as compost or manure (more on this later).
  • Water regularly throughout the day; don’t let your young plants dry out completely between waterings but also avoid soggy feet from overwatering them either – this will kill them quickly!

You can grow your own delicious garden food.

You can grow your own delicious garden food. You can grow your own herbs, vegetables and fruit to eat or give away. And you can also grow flowers for decorating and making bouquets. With so many options available, it’s hard to know what to start with when starting a new garden!


We hope we’ve given you some ideas for your garden and helped you decide what to plant. We know that when it comes to growing vegetables and herbs, there are a lot of options available. If you’re interested in growing some of the more exotic plants we mentioned above or if you’d like us to do it for you, feel free to contact us! Our team is always happy to help out with any questions or comments – just drop us an email at

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