The best way to grow a vegetable garden is to plant it yourself.
It’s easy and fun and all of the benefits come with the effort.
That’s why so many of us plant vegetables in our gardens, but we’re often left with a handful of plants that are hard to get a hold of.
To get a more comprehensive look at how to get the most out of your garden, we spoke to some of the experts we trust, including our friend and garden guru, James Beard Award winner, and the founder of the award-winning Food Network series, James Cook.
We’re also here to help you plan out your vegetable garden, and show you the best ways to plant and harvest the best vegetables.
What are the best vegetable gardens to plant?
We love to talk about the best varieties of plants to plant.
But how many varieties are there?
Some of the best-known garden variety are tomatoes, spinach, beans, peppers, carrots, potatoes, eggplant, peas, onions, zucchini, corn, and squash.
We’ve listed the varieties below, and some of our favorite places to start: Vegetable Garden Center of the Year: New York, NY