Top 10 Easy-To-Plant Vegetable Bearing Plants

Having a garden is both therapeutic and advantageous. If you’re willing to make some effort, you will for sure be rewarded.

Here are the Top 10 Easy-To-Plant Vegetable Bearing Plants: (In random order)
(For details on how to plant these be sure to check our “How-To-Grow…” page)

1. Eggplant

Eggplants are starting to become popular now. They are versatile and if cooked the right way, they taste really good. They’re also easy to plant and maintain and it’s a plus that there are a couple of eggplant varieties.

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Eggplant Plant
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Eggplant Varieties
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Grilled Eggplant Tastes Really Good

2. Radish

Radishes are also easy to plant and maintain. They also have different varieties and you can even eat the young & tender leaves or the tops that comes with them. They’re perfect for snacking and salads. They’re a must have in any vegetable garden.

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Radishes Ready To Be Harvested
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Harvested Radishes in a Bowl


3. Okra (Lady Fingers)

Okras are also easy to plant. They’re also starting to get popular. Some people don’t like the slippery texture okra has, but with the right cooking method this can be minimized. They’re perfect with curries and stews.

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Okra
Okra
Okra Plant


4. Spinach

Spinach is nutrient-packed vegetable. It is actually not a vegetable-bearing plant. It is a vegetable plant. Spinach is perfect for everything; smoothies, salads, stews, soups and all sorts of stuff. There are also different variety of spinach. And it’s a real plus that spinach is easy to plant.

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Spinach
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Long-Stemmed Spinach

5. Bell Pepper

Bell peppers are rich in vitamin C. They’re so colorful and nice to look at and of course, easy to plant. You can choose from red, green, orange, yellow and even purple. You can eat them raw or cooked. Either way they’re good.

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Bell Peppers in Assorted Colors
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Bell Pepper Plant

6. Potato

Potatoes are versatile. They don’t look really attractive as a plant but there’s a lot of things you can do with the vegetable. They are also easy to grow and maintain.

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Potato Plant
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Washed & Cleaned Potatoes
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A Bunch of Potatoes

7. Kale

Like spinach Kale is not really a vegetable bearing plant, the leaves are the vegetable itself. Kale is actually the “it” vegetable for some time now. From smoothies, salads, stews, stir-fry and even chips. There are also a couple varieties of Kale. Like spinach, Kale is also vitamin-packed.

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Curly Kale
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Pretty Purple Kale

8. Chili Pepper

If you like spicy food, it is worth to plant your own. They are easy to plant and there are a lot of varieties to choose from. Like Jalepeno, Serrano, Habanero and even really mild ones. They are also nice to look at. Chili peppers come in all sorts of colors. Once harvested, you can hand them dry to use for later.

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Red & Burgundy Chili Peppers
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Small Chili Peppers that are really hot & spicy
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Red Chili Peppers


9. Onion

Onions are easy to plant and maintain. They’re great addition to almost everything. Sandwiches, omelettes, stews, salads and a whole lot more goes well with onions. You’ll not just be able to harvest onions but you can also the spring onions that sprouts out from the ground and also the flower which is also edible.

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A bunch of onions
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The Onion


10. Rhubarb

Believe it or not, rhubarb is a vegetable and not a fruit. Rhubarb is often used or even mostly used for desserts or sweets. But you can also use as a souring agent for non-dessert food. The rhubarb as a plant has bright pink stalks that are so vibrant and nice to look at. They are also easy to grow and are low maintenance. Rhubarb is perfect for jams, preserves, pies and a whole lot more. Like the spinach and kale, the rhubarb is also a vegetable plant.

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Young Rhubarb
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Rhubarb Stalks

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