If you’re a first-time gardener, you might feel a bit overwhelmed. You’ve no doubt discovered there’s a lot more to it than just burying seeds. You need to consider location (directly in the ground, raised bed, or container), how to water your garden, how to deal with critters, etc. And above all, you need to decide what to grow.
Gardening is a lot of work, and although it’s well worth the effort, it can be very demoralizing if your plants fail to thrive. Sometimes there’s not much you can do about it, but oftentimes it’s a matter of practice. And as with any other skill that requires practice, it’s best to start with something easy.
Stoney Acres recommends 7 vegetables that even beginners showed be able to grow successfully. If you haven’t decided what you want to grow yet, try these.