Did you kill your last cactus? Don’t worry, you’re not the first person to do so.
Some people seem destined to never be able to keep a plant alive. But don’t worry. If that seems like you, consider one of these plants. They’re hardy and reward to grow.
Plus, they’re incredibly easy to grow and care for. Check out the easiest plants to grow!
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Even if you’re not a fan of radishes, consider growing them. They’re particularly rewarding because you can start harvesting them in as few as 22 days!
To plant, but them about 1/2 to 1 inch deep in rows 1 inch apart. You can even plant a new batch every week so you have radishes all year long!
Radishes are great to add to salads, stir fry, and pasta. After you realize how easy they are to grow, you’ll be eager to try them in all your recipes.
Tomatoes are one of the most proliferous plants in the common household garden. That’s in part because they have so many culinary uses, but also because they’re so easy to grow!
Tomatoes are hardy plants. For best results, start with a sprout from a nursery and make sure it has a stake to support its weighty stems.
Zucchini is so hardy it’s a bit of a gardeners joke. For example, a farmer agreed to sell his peaches at a discount, only if the buyer took some zucchinis too.
Over the course of a single growing season, one zucchini plant can grow 10 pounds of zucchini! Zucchini is great to make zoodles, zucchini bread, muffins and more.
You’ll find plenty of recipes from gardeners trying to make the most of their zucchini plants.
To get started, start your seeds in pots 4 to six weeks before the second week of spring. When you’re safe from frost, plant them outdoors with lots of sun and room to grow.
You can talk to a landscape company to learn more about your garden’s sun, soil, and natural drainage.
Looking for something small you can grow on your windowsill? Try basil! It’s a great universal herb to spice up your dishes. And it’s incredibly easy to grow!
You can pick up a basil plant in your local grocery. Other stores sell garden in a can basil you can start from seed. Of course, you’re going to get the best basil from a nursery or by growing your own.
To keep it alive, keep the soil moist – but not soggy – at all times. Make sure your pot has good drainage and water it every 1 to 2 days and your basil should thrive!
You Don’t Need A Green Thumb to Enjoy The Easiest Plants to Grow
These are some of the easiest plants to grow. When you plan your first garden, include these hardy plants for the highest success rate.
It doesn’t matter how black you think your thumb is. With water and sunlight, anyone can grow these plants.
You can find all these plants and more by shopping in our plants section. Check it out today!