Everyone knows that tomatoes and peppers are easy to grown, but there are lots of other garden vegetables that are easy to grow, and tasty, too.
Whether green beans, fresh peas, or beans for drying, there are bush type varieties so you won't need to mess with a trellis. Just plant the seeds in the ground, and watch them sprout.
Although many varieties of carrots like loose, sandy soil, it is fairly easy to find varieties that do well in denser soil. Freshly picked carrots offer much more flavor than store-bought, and their leaves make great flavorings for soups and dips.
Squashes are one of the easiest vegetables to grow. They produce well, and are very tolerant of the summer heat and drought. Even if zucchini isn't your favorite, try butternut or another winter squash.
Onions can be planted from seed, or by purchasing onion sets. Onion sets are much easier, and readily available at greenhouses and grocery stores, although they do cost a bit more than seeds.
Broccoli is fairly easy to grow, although in northern climates it should be started in flats indoors several weeks before the last frost of the season.
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