Which fruits and vegetables are suitable to grow inside your metal raised garden bed

Which fruits and vegetables are suitable to grow inside your metal raised garden bed

Fruit and vegetable plants have high nutritional requirements and if they can thrive in your metal raised garden bed, it will enhance your confidence in continuing to grow. Here are 8 fruits and vegetables that are very easy to grow.  

Tomatoes. Tomatoes are one of the most common crops in home gardens and are easy to grow even when growing conditions are not ideal.  Tomatoes make a great pairing with salad dressings and sandwiches, and they can also be stewed into sauces, soups, stews and peppers.  


Beans, beans are easy to grow.  As they grow, they can fix nitrogen back into the soil, which has a positive impact on metal raised garden beds.  They not only improve the nutrient content of the soil, but also bring a good harvest. Chickpeas, pole bean varieties, peas and lentils are recommended.  


3. Mixed vegetables, lettuce plants, spinach and mixed salad vegetables will grow well in warm soil temperatures and well-drained soil in metal raised garden beds.  


4, pepper and eggplant, if you don't know what to plant, eggplant and interesting pepper would be a good choice.  As important feeders of nutrients, they thrive in warm soil.  Growing on metal raised garden beds makes it easier for you to catch up with the nutritional and watering needs of these rich producers.  


5. Beets and carrots, beet plants and carrots thrive in the loose soil of raised garden beds.  They grow particularly well when weeds or rocky soil is unimpeded.  Because of their rapid maturation, they are the best continuous crops.  


6. Cucumbers, as summer vegetables, can be a huge success if you grow them in raised garden beds.  Let them pour down the sides of metal raised garden beds or latticework to expand space for these rich fruit plants.  

Potatoes, potatoes easily thrive in your metal raised garden bed.  Your garden bed should be at least 12 inches deep and filled to about 6 inches with a good planter mixture and some compost.  At least 4 to 6 hours of uninterrupted sunlight per day.  

Kale, Kale needs about a square foot of space per plant.  Since they like cool weather, you can keep them in a slightly shaded area in the afternoon.  When kale starts to grow, you can peel off weaker seedlings that are slower to grow.  


Finally, don't forget to label your crop at the beginning.  When you grow a wide variety of plants, flowers, vegetables and herbs in your garden, it is not easy to name and remember all the details of each plant.  Plant tags can simplify things and help you identify plants. 

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