There are so many different varieties to choose from that you can have a different flavor and crunch with each one. But the great thing about lettuce is that it is hearty so it can grow in colder temperatures, and it also doesn’t take very long to produce a mature harvest. In fact, most lettuce can produce a harvest in about 30 days. So if you want something healthy, green, and fast, then you should definitely consider lettuce.
Spinach is very easy to grow. All you need is some good quality soil and you will have spinach ready to eat in 4-6 weeks. Spinach is loaded with nutrients and is a welcome addition to any salad.
3. Baby carrots.
Baby carrots taste delicious, are a great snack, great to cook with, and don’t take as long as full-sized carrots because they don’t have to grow to be as large. Be sure to use good quality soil and you will have fresh baby carrots in around 30 days.
Beets are one of those vegetables that either you like or you don’t. So either way, it is a great vegetable to grow if you’d like to have a harvest in a hurry. It is good to grow in the spring or when we are heading into Autumn because they can withstand a little heat, but don’t like the super hot temperatures we often experience during summer. If planted in good soil you they will be fully grown at around 50 days.
Beans have a relatively quick harvest and grow beautifully in the home garden. Beans are a wonderful addition to any hearty meal and are ready to eat in around 40-65 days if planted in good quality soil.
Broccoli thrives in the cold weather and it is good to grow such a beautiful vegetable in the colder months. Broccoli is a very versatile vegetable and contains a whole range of nutrients including fiber, vitamin c, vitamin k and potassium. Broccoli is ready to be picked at around 60 days.