13 Easiest Vegetables to Grow in Raised Garden Beds

13 Easiest Vegetables to Grow in Raised Garden Beds - VEGEGA Metal Raised Garden Bed

Most plants are easy to grow in raised garden beds, not just for they have many advantages, while some plants have strong vitality. In their growth period, some plants may be affected by pests and insect pests. Some may be influenced by natural reasons such as nutrients, sunlight, climate humidity. There is no absolutely suitable plant. And the following kinds of plants are more tolerant, for your reference:


Harvesting time: 80 to 100 days. Choose a loose and sunny area of your garden because potatoes require a lot of heat and sunlight to grow properly. To allow potatoes to stretch, keep the distance between two potato plants at 12 inches and the height at 4 inches.


Harvesting time: 50 to 60 days. Swiss chards have pretty shallow roots, so he is not very demanding about garden bed height.


Harvesting time: 50 to 65 days. The soil should also have a pH level of 6.0 to 7.5, which means you need to use loamy, acidic soil.


Harvesting time: 30 to 60 days. Turnips thrive in full sun and temperatures ranging from 40° to 75°F. Loosen the soil to a depth of 12 to 15 inches as soon as the garden can be worked.


Harvesting time: 55 to 65 days. Cucumbers have many varieties, and the ideal growing conditions for most varieties are between 60° and 90°F, with soil temperatures around 70°F.


Harvesting time: 70 to 80 days. For carrots, the optimum soil temperature is 50°F. Because carrot seeds are so small, they must be planted at least 5 inches deep in the soil.


Harvesting time: 45 to 50 days. A suitable distance is 6 inches tall and 12 inches wide.


Harvesting time: 90 to 140 days. Tomato plants should be straight and sturdy, and 6 to 8 inches high.


Harvesting time: 70 to 95 days. Fertile soil with a pH of 6.5 to 6.8 will be more suitable for kale to grow.


Harvesting time: 30 to 70 days. Lettuce grows best in temperatures ranging from 60° to 70° F. Rows should be 12 to 18 inches apart. Separate lettuce seedlings 4 inches apart.


Harvesting time: 80 to 150 days. Onions grow best in raised beds at least 4 inches high and 20 inches wide. The soil pH below 7.0 will be more suitable for onion growth.


Harvesting time: 100 to 150 days. Temperatures between 70 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit promote the fastest growth.


Harvesting time: 60 to 70 days. Peas germinate faster when planted in soil that is at least 60° F but no higher than 85° F.

Vegega's metal raised garden beds are available in 11", 17", and 32", so they are suitable for growing most plants. In addition to some of the easier-to-grow plants mentioned above, grains like corn and grains can be grown in metal garden beds. But before you plant, you should first understand the needs of plants for water and soil moisture. In the end, wish all gardeners could successfully build a lush garden.


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Diane Romanowski

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January 29, 2024 at 02:11am

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