The Best Organic Seedlings To Start Your Veggie Garden


When you’re starting a new garden, nothing beats the excitement of growing your first batch of organic seedlings. While there are many different types of seeds that can be used for this purpose, some are better than others. This article will cover some of the most popular vegetable and herb plants that people like to start from seed. We’ll also tell you what each plant needs in order to grow successfully!

Green Beans

Green beans are a great vegetable to start your garden with. They’re packed with nutrients and can be eaten raw or cooked. Plus, they’re easy to grow and harvest.

Green beans are a good source of fiber, folate and vitamin C (1 cup has 6 g fiber, 33 mcg folate and 19 mg vitamin C). They also contain about 1 g protein per cup serving size or about 25% of the daily recommended amount for adults.

In addition to being high in nutrients like potassium (147 mg per cup serving size), magnesium (30 mg per cup serving size), iron (1 mg per cup serving size) and calcium (14 mg per cup serving size), green beans are also rich in vitamin A which helps maintain healthy eyesight as well as promote healthy skin cell growth.


Watermelon is a tropical fruit that can be grown in colder climates if the plants are given some extra warmth and protection. They require lots of heat and sunshine to grow, so if you’re in a cooler area, it might be best to start them indoors. Once your watermelon seedlings are big enough, transplant them into your garden or container.

If you’re looking for some good seeds to grow your own watermelons, this variety has been known as one of the best tasting watermelons around! It’s perfect for people who want something sweet but don’t like how sugary-tasting other types can be. You’ll love how juicy these little guys are too!

The plant itself produces bright green leaves with red vining tendrils that wrap themselves around trellises or fences without needing much help from humans (they’re pretty self-sufficient). If you want more than one type of melon growing at once then just keep 1 male plant per 10 female plants so they don’t cross pollinate each other producing unwanted seeds instead!

Sweet Corn

Sweet corn is a vegetable that is grown as a field crop. Sweet corn is an important crop in the production of grain-based livestock feed.

In North America, most sweet corn varieties are yellow with white or purple kernels; however, there are also red and bi-color varieties with yellow and red kernels (e.g., “Country Gentleman”), green husks (“Honey & Pearl”), orange (“Golden Bantam”) or blue (“Strawberry”).

Sweet corn is used as human food either on the cob or dried for off-season storage. In some places it may be eaten off the cob raw after being boiled in water or grilled over coals; however, it is more commonly cooked first by boiling or steaming before being served fresh off the cob (sometimes with butter).

Summer Squash

Summer squash is a warm weather vegetable that thrives in the summer. It’s known for its high water content and low calorie count, making it a great source of vitamins A and C. If you’re looking for an easy way to grow your own vegetables, consider planting summer squash seeds soon! The seeds can be planted directly into the soil or started indoors with soil blocks or peat pellets and transplanted outside once they reach 6-8 inches tall.

Summer squash plants grow up to 4 feet tall and produce fruit throughout the growing season (typically three months). There are several varieties available depending on your taste preferences:

  • ‘Rituale F1’ produces bright yellow fruit with green stripes; it has excellent disease resistance traits
  • ‘Sunburst F1 Hybrid’ produces green-yellow fruit that tastes similar to zucchini but has fewer seeds; this variety will also tolerate periods of drought better than other types
  • ‘Tiny Tim F1 Hybrid’ grows smaller fruits than other types but still boasts plenty of flavor


Tomato plants are a great addition to any garden. They’re easy to grow and produce a large amount of fruit, making them an ideal vegetable for beginners. Tomatoes can be grown in almost any climate, so they’re one of the first vegetables that many people try to grow at home.

Tomato plants require full sun and warm temperatures (70 degrees F or higher). If you live in an area with hot summers but cold winters, consider growing tomatoes indoors under lights during the winter months. Tomato seeds should be started indoors 8–10 weeks before your last frost date; use soil blocks or egg cartons filled with potting mix as planting mediums for seedlings.

Pumpkins and Winter Squash

Pumpkins and winter squash are the best vegetables to grow. You can plant pumpkins and winter squash in late spring, but they are best planted in June or July so they have plenty of time to grow. These vegetables need plenty of water, so make sure you water them regularly. When you harvest your pumpkins and winter squash, cut them off with a sharp knife at ground level. Make sure you clean your tools with boiling water after each use so that no harmful bacteria is transferred from one vegetable to another


Peppers are easy to grow and a great way to add some heat to your vegetable garden. The best part about growing peppers is that they grow quickly and can be harvested when they’re small, so you’ll get more peppers in less time.

Peppers come in many varieties: bell peppers, hot peppers like jalapeños and serranos, banana peppers (like the kind you find on pizza), chili peppers such as Anaheims or poblanos—the list goes on! You can choose what kind of pepper you want based on how much heat you want in your food. If you’re new at gardening then start with an easier variety first before moving onto something hotter like Habanero chiles.

When it comes down to growing pepper plants there are a few things to keep in mind: sunlight is key so make sure that your garden gets plenty! Watering is also important because too little water will cause them not grow properly while too much could drown them out completely (they don’t handle wasting well).


Asparagus is one of the most popular vegetables in the world, which makes it a great option for beginning gardeners. The plant is a perennial and grows best in wet, well-drained soil. It can grow in a variety of climates and will produce shoots yearly if properly cared for. Once established, asparagus plants will produce for decades without any additional work on your part.

Growing Asparagus from Seed

To start an asparagus bed from seed requires some patience and may take more than one season to fully establish. While many nurseries sell asparagus crowns (the roots of mature plants), they are expensive compared to buying seeds or young plants at a local nursery or farm store.

You will need:1) A sunny location with consistent moisture levels2) A large container filled with potting mix

Herbs and Spices

  • Arugula

If you love arugula, this is a great herb to start with. It’s easy to grow and adaptable to most conditions. To get the best taste for your salads, it should be grown in full sun and watered regularly during the growing cycle. The best part? This herb tastes great in salads or simply sprinkled over other dishes like eggs or pasta! It can also be used as an addition when making pesto sauce by mixing it with pine nuts, parmesan cheese and olive oil!

  • Basil

Basil is another great starter plant that can be grown indoors or outdoors (depending on your climate). It has a sweet flavor so it goes well with tomatoes, peppers and eggplant just to name a few! You can also use basil leaves alone or mixed together with different herbs such as parsley or thyme when cooking chicken breast marinades before baking them at 350°F for 30 minutes on each side until cooked throughly–then slice thinly across the grain before serving hot off its own plate!


If you’re looking for organic, delicious and easy to grow fruits, strawberries are a great choice. Strawberries are one of the most popular fruits around the world and can be grown from seedlings or purchased as plants. Strawberries are a perennial plant which means they will keep fruiting throughout their life span if given good care.

Strawberries can be grown both in-ground or in containers so it is possible to start your garden with just one plant! They are very easy to grow so anyone can do it!

We are going to cover the best organic seedlings you can use to start your vegetable garden.

Now that you have decided to grow your own organic vegetables, it’s important to know what kind of seedlings you should plant. It might seem like a difficult task when first starting out, but we are here to help make it easier for you. This blog will go over some of the best seeds and seedlings that can help get your garden started.

You may be wondering how do I get started with these seedlings? What is the best way? Well we will cover all this in this post! We will also talk about some other things as well such as: What are some of the best seeds/seedlings for vegetable gardens?

These two questions above were asked by many new gardeners so we have answered them here today!


We hope this blog was helpful to you. We know that starting a vegetable garden is a big undertaking, but it’s also rewarding. If you have any suggestions on other plants to add to our list, please let us know in the comments below!

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