Broccoli

Broccoli grown during cool weather will have a sweeter flavor than its warm-weather counterpart

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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

Cabbage

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Carrots do best when grown in a container by themselves or with other faster-growing root vegetables

Carrots in a Container

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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.

Eggplant in a Container

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Peppers  in a Container

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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.

Porch Pick

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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.

Tomatoes

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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.

Beans

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Radishes

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.

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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.

Herbs

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