Cabbage likes cool but not freezing temperatures. It will not form a head but will instead split or bolt if exposed to too much heat or severe frost
Carrots do best when grown in a container by themselves or with other faster-growing root vegetables
Eggplant plants can get large, In cooler areas, they grow in containers is more successful because containers heat up more quickly than in ground garden beds.
Peppers require warm weather to grow well. In cooler climates, peppers grow better in containers than in in-ground beds
Small, compact and neat, this bushy bean variety is ideal for growing in tiny spaces.
Look for tomato varieties that are marketed to be grown in pots or bushy cherry tomato types. These plants enjoy a lot of heat, moist soil, and direct sunlight.
Beans like to climb, so if you want to grow them in pots, you’ll need to attach a lattice to the pot. Most varieties produce plentifully and quickly.
Radishes are another great plant to start from seed. They grow very quickly and you can usually get a few rounds in before the weather gets too hot.
Their smaller structure and frequent use in the kitchen make herbs a no brainer to grow close at hand. like chives, basil, cilantro, oregano, and thyme.