Growing potatoes in containers are one of the easiest ways to grow them. Since you need to continue to mound the dirt over the plants as they grow
Another vegetable to grow in pots is peppers. When grown in containers, peppers are productive, and it helps reduce the cross-pollinating between types of peppers.
Don’t think fresh green beans are out of your reach. They make the perfect addition to any patio or balcony.
You might be surprised to see a root crop on this list, but surprisingly, root crops do exceedingly well in containers
Anyone who loves container gardening can tell you that greens are a fantastic choice.
Here is another root crop that does exceptionally well in containers. Radishes are often underrated or passed over by gardeners,
Carrots are another root crop that grows well in containers, and they’re a cool-weather crop that can be planted 2-3 weeks before the final frost date in your area.
You might not think that you can grow peas in containers because they grow up a trellis or support system.