20 Fruits and Vegetables You Can Grow in Pots

20 Fruits and Vegetables You Can Grow in Pots

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Maintaining a healthy and balanced diet forms an integral part of a healthy life. This means consuming a diet well balanced in all nutrients. It’s no shock that fruits and vegetables form a vital part of a balanced diet. First off, they are au-natural. They contain vitamins and minerals that help ward off diseases and keep you healthy. Veggies and fruits are low in salt, fat, and sugar. Being a good source of dietary fiber is another plus point. A high intake of fruits and veggies has been found to-

1. Help maintain a healthy weight and lower obesity.

2. Lower blood cholesterol

3. Lower blood pressure

Seeing all these plus points, we can easily make out the importance of fruits and vegetables in our diet. What’s more, is that there exists plenty of fruits and vegetables that you can grow in pots. This saves space while keeping you healthy. Here are 20 fruits and vegetables that you can grow in pots-

1. Lettuce: –

Growing lettuce is advantageous as they grow up quickly giving you multiple harvests throughout the season. Remember to use well-draining soil and water at frequent but shallow rates for better produce.

2. Strawberries: –

These are the easiest fruits to grow in small pots which can even be kept in your balconies.

3. Peppers: –

Not only are peppered super productive, but they are also excellent candidates for growing in pots.

4. Apples: –

The apples being talked about here are dwarf apples. They are suitable for growing in pots and are kept in balconies.

5. Tomatoes: –

Dwarf or determinate tomato types are to be grown in pots. These are without a doubt, the most productive vegetables you can grow in pots.

6. Guava: –

Guava is not only delicious but the flowers also release the sweet scent. Moreover, they are much adaptable than other ones grown in pots.

7. Cucumber: –

Cucumbers grow quite well in medium to large sized pots. What’s more, is that you can get your homegrown produce within a few months.

8. Raspberries: –

Raspberry varieties like “Heritage”, “Fall Gold” and “Raspberry shortcake” are a good choice to grow in pots. These varieties are self-fertile and easy to grow.

9. Beans: –

As beans are generally of climber or bushier type that grow upwards, they require small spaces. They are easy to grow and very productive in pots.

10. Blueberries: –

If the soil is not acidic, blueberry growth is a good idea. It is advisable to provide a potting mix for acid-loving plants so that the blueberry thrives.

11. Radishes: –

Radishes are very quick growing. They are also suitable for growing in small and wide pots.

12. Lemon: –

Lemon trees have naturally adapted themselves for growing in pots. There are several varieties available and almost all are suitable candidates.

13. Spinach: –

Balcony Garden Web

Spinach is one of the best vegetables to be grown in pots. It is also suitable for growing in partial shade and practically any kind of space.

14. Peaches: –

Peaches are available in dwarf varieties of 6-8 feet. These varieties are self-fertile and suitable for pot growth.

15. Peas: –

Peas are perfect for pot growth and don’t even require a large pot. They also grow quickly without much attention making them a perfect candidate.

16. Pomegranate: –

It is very easy to grow in pots because of the shallow root system. Moreover, they give one of the juiciest and healthiest fruits.

17. Carrots: –

Carrots growing in the garden

They grow in pots quite easily, and it doesn’t take much space as well.

18. Fig: –

These are suitable for growth in pots in temperate zones like the USA. Figs don’t require much space to thrive.

19. Eggplants: –

Eggplants are relatively easy to grow and also grow all year round.

20. Cherry: –


Bush varieties of cherry are suitable for pot gardening. They favor well-drained soil with organic matter.

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