Harvest these organic vegetables all year round! Enjoy your favorite recipes while reaping the benefits of organic food grown right at home. This list of organic vegetables includes a no-fail variety of all the most well-loved produce. Plus, below you’ll find helpful tips that are sure to give you the freshest and tastiest vegetables ever!
Organic Vegetables to Grow at Home
Harvest your wheatgrass and have an endless supply for your daily juices or wheatgrass shots. Start by checking the labels of your seeds. That way, you know they haven’t been treated with any toxic chemicals from pesticides or fertilizers.
Tip: Make sure the seeds are certified organic.
Gone are the days when broccoli was only available in certain months. Now, there are newer varieties that will give you broccoli all year round. This means you can enjoy your favorite broccoli dishes no matter what month it is.
Tip: Watch out for any cabbage moths and butterflies.
Tip: Patience. Chickpea harvesting takes place about 100 days after planting.
Parsley’s a great addition to any dish. Snip off a few leaves and use it as a flavoring or garnish. Did you know parsley can be grown in a pot and placed indoors for easier harvesting? Exercise your green thumb and get a pot ready. Soon, you’ll have more mouth-watering meals for you and the family to enjoy.
Tip: Be careful and make sure the roots don’t drown in water.
Basil is another herb favorite to enjoy all year round. This herb loves sunlight. A good 4 hours under the sun’s rays will work wonders and keep your plant growing strong. Make this a daily practice and soon you’ll be making your own pesto sauces and dips!
Tip: Place your plant next to a windowsill with ample sunlight.
Related Topic: How to Grow Basil in Your Small Backyard
Who knew you could grow fresh garlic in the comfort of your own home? Simply place garlic cloves in a pot with a few handfuls of loamy organic soil to get started. Remember to have the pot near a sunny windowsill and water the plant regularly.
Tip: Position the cloves with the pointed tips facing up.
Enjoy your kale salads and kale chips all year round! By the way, kale is a plant that thrives in both outdoor and indoor conditions. It’s truly one of the most versatile vegetables available.
Tip: Start harvesting the leaves after about 50 days.
Check out this video for a delicious and healthy alternative to your basic salad:
Now there’s no need to feel guilty when indulging in your favorite healthy veggies! With this range of organic vegetables from your own garden, you’re sure to reduce your other grocery expenses. Additionally, you’ll get to enjoy the health benefits and feel good in your body!
What are your favorite organic vegetables? Share them with us in the comments below.
Editor’s Note – This post was originally published on October 13, 2017 and has been updated for quality and relevancy.