20 Fruits and Vegetables You Can Grow in Pots

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Fruits and Vegetables You Can Grow in Pots

You don’t have to have a big backyard, or a planting bed to grow your own fruits and vegetables.  There are lots of fruits and vegetables that grow comfortable within the limits of planting pots.  Check out this list of options available whether you have a green thumb or not.

1. Blueberries

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This is a project I am starting with my kids this summer.

 2. Cucumbers

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My kids are huge fans of mini-cucumbers. This is an easy project sure to be a hit.

3. Peas

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One of the easiest vegetables to grow in a pot.

4. Potatoes


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Another easy crop to grow in pots.

5.Eggplants

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I’ve grown eggplants before and was surprised about the many I got per plant. They are very fruitful.

6. Radishes

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You could be harvesting radishes in a little over a month. How about that?

7. Lemons

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Shorten the wait by buying a plant that’s around 3 years or so. A well cared lemon plant can last you for many more years.

8. Peppers

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So many ways to eat these, so easy to grow them.

9. Sweet Potatoes

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Get tips on getting your own sweet potato shoots here.

10. Tangerines

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I wish I lived in slightly warmer weather. These would be a hit in this household.

11. Strawberries

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Check out this idea on how to make a vertical container out of a PVC pipe.

12. Cauliflower

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This can look pretty luscious if you ask me. This looks almost like a flowering plant.

13. Blackberries

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Have a spot with full sun? Plant some blackberry plants to enjoy for years.

14. Ginger

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I know this is a rot not fruit or vegetable. But it is used in cooking and also medicinal. It can’t hurt to grow your own.

15. Raspberries

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Great fresh, frozen or preserved. Around here these would be devoured fresh.

16. Carrots

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Carrots take 2 to 3 months from planting to harvest. But they are easy to grow.

17. Garlic

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Once cured you could enjoy your home grown garlic for months.

18. Tomatoes

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I’ve been growing cherry tomatoes in pots for years now. So easy to grow and my kids absolutely love how sweet they are.

19. Lettuce

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Enjoy the crispiest of salads by growing your own leafy greens.

20. Figs

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Grow your own rich juicy fruit in your own pot.


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