Here is an exclusive list of the Most Used Pot Friendly Vegetables, Fruits, and Herbs that you can easily grow in a yard or container garden!
Check out our exclusive list of the Most Used Pot Friendly Vegetables, Fruits, and Herbs that you can easily grow on balconies, patios, small gardens, and even windowsills!
Most Used Pot Friendly Vegetables
Choose a sunny location to grow this vegetable, as tomatoes need at least 6-8 hours of sunlight for the best flavor. You will need to cage, trellis, or stake them.
You can grow spinach easily on a kitchen windowsill or on a balcony, where it receives bright but indirect light. Also, use a well-draining potting mix.
3. Peppers and Chillies
To enjoy sweet and hot peppers at home, pick a medium size container that is at least 12-14 inches wide and deep. Choose a sunny spot that receives at least 6 hours of sunlight.
Cucumbers are great to grow on a small balcony or a patio. All you need is a sunny spot and a medium-sized container with a trellis to enjoy a plentiful harvest!
You can grow any variety of lettuce in shallow containers with enough drainage holes at the bottom. They grow fast in full sunlight and can also tolerate some shade.
As kale is a cool weather crop, you can grow it in spring and fall. If you live in a frost-free warm climate — winter would be the best time to grow it in pots.
You can grow potatoes at home easily in a bin, potato tower, burlap bags, or even a gunnysack. Place the container in a spot that receives 6-8 hours of sunlight.
The root length of carrots ranges from 2-3 inches to 12 inches, depending on the variety, so pick pots wisely. This root vegetable loves rich and well-draining soil and full sunlight.
Asparagus needs 6-7 hours of full, direct sunlight daily to thrive best. Ideally, you should plant asparagus in spring in rich, well-draining soil.
Cauliflowers need loose but nutrient-rich potting soil that can hold moisture and drain well, too. Expose it to plenty of sunlight for the best growth and size of the flower head.
Beets require 4-5 hours of direct sunlight for the best harvest. Keep the temperatures between 60-70°F or 15-21°C during the daytime and 50-60°F or 10-15°C at night.
To start growing beans at home, you need to pick an 8-10 inches container. Use a rich growing medium, provide plenty of bright light, and you can harvest them in no time!
Provide enough light and heat to your eggplants for the best flavor. They require a huge container, consistent water, and well-draining soil to thrive.
14. Green Onions
It is important to place the container you are growing green onions in a place that receives a mix of shade and light. Water well and amend the soil with plenty of organic matter.
Most Used Pot Friendly Herbs
You can enjoy home-grown thyme in a small container. Use rich potting soil and keep the pot at a spot that receives bright light for 2-4 hours daily.
You can easily grow this herb on a sunny windowsill of your kitchen or bedroom! It grows fast and will be ready to harvest in 50-70 days after sowing seeds.
Growing basil is perfect for a beginner gardener as it is one of the easiest herbs to grow. The more you will harvest it, the bushier it will become!
By growing sage at home, you can enjoy its fresh leaves in Turkish dishes! It loves sunlight, so pick the sunniest windowsill and keep the herb there.
Growing mint will give you a fresh supply of its leaves that can be used in a variety of dishes and cocktails! Do make sure that it gets 5-6 hours of bright sunlight.
Use an 8-10 inches pot for growing cilantro for ample harvest. Place it in a position that receives shade in the afternoon.
Most Used Pot Friendly Fruits
Growing bananas in pots is the best way to harvest them fresh in a small space like a balcony or a patio. It also makes for a lovely tropical addition with its large leaves!
Pineapple plants require a rich growing medium and plenty of sunlight to fruit. Use a regular houseplant fertilizer, like 20-20-20, once every 6-8 weeks for best growth.
Strawberries grow well in pots and hanging baskets. You can also grow these fruits hydroponically. What’s more? They can also be grown in gutters!
Dwarf varieties of pomegranates do really well in containers. Apart from growing fruits, the plant also looks stunning with its fiery red flowers and bright green foliage.
For citrus plants, keep the soil slightly on the moist side, give them plenty of light, and see them get laden with fruits!
You can easily grow blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, cape Gooseberries, cranberries, and mulberries in pots. The only thing they need is 6-7 hours of sunlight daily.