Top 11 Vegetables To Grow In Your Home Garden

How do you grow broccoli and peas? Is it possible for beginners to grow Brussel sprouts and beans? We’ll be talking about all of this AND more…

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Intro – 0:00
1. Broccoli – 00:29
2. Peas – 01:32
3. Green beans – 02:09
4. Brussels sprouts – 02:40
5. Tomatoes – 03:10
6. Bell Peppers – 03:42
7. Beets – 04:17
8. Leaf Amaranth – 05:01
9. Carrots – 05:29
10. Kale – 05:56
11. Pumpkin – 06:30


1. Broccoli
Love adding broccoli to your pasta and noodles? How about broccoli soup? We have heard great things about the nutrition this wonderful veggie offers. It’s loaded with antioxidants and vitamin C. Eat it steamed or raw to get the best of its nutrients.

2. Peas
Peas taste really good, whether you eat them on their own, or add them to other dishes like mashed potatoes. They taste awesome when you cook them with rice. Pea rice and yogurt is a mouth watering lunch that lifts my mood.

3. Green Beans
Beans are versatile and nutritious. You can pair them as a side dish with a lot of main course meals. They’re heart healthy, and offer you loads of fiber and protein.

4. Brussels Sprouts
Most people have a love/hate relationship with Brussels sprouts. Whether you love them or not, you cannot deny their good nutritional value. You can grow Brussel sprouts in your home garden as long as you give it enough sunlight.

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