21 Best Vegetables to Grow in Pots

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Beetroot: Choose a pot with at least 12 inches depth for best results. You can grow up to six plants in such a space.

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Beans: Opt for bush varieties like "derby" or "provider" in a 12-inch depth pot. Consider attaching a trellis for pole varieties.

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Carrots: Select varieties suitable for container growth. Ensure regular watering and choose deeper pots for longer carrots.

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Cole Crops: Cauliflower, broccoli, and cabbage are easy to grow in containers. Avoid planting too many types in one pot.

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Quinoa: Quinoa offers 16% of the DV for iron per serving and is gluten-free, making it suitable for individuals with gluten intolerance.

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Eggplant: Any pot with a depth of 5 inches can be used. Use stakes for support

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Lettuce and Greens: Pot size is less critical. Keep soil moist for healthy growth.

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