If you think that gardening will need a long time, you should think again. Most of the vegetables will need a long time, about a few months, from start to harvest. In that period of time, you will have to observe, wait, and take slow and small steps towards long-term growth. But there are a number of others that can grow very fast, just from about 4 weeks to a month, and then they are ready to give you fresh vegetable dishes.
In the post today, we are so glad to share the 15 best seeds to grow quickly that you will want to grow in the garden. The simple reason, they very easily take care of and do not take much effort from gardeners. In addition, they contain nutrients so these short-term vegetables are a great choice for those who love eating green veggies on daily meals. And if you are a beginner, these vegetables are the way to go. Let check them out with us.
#1 Cress (Lepidium sativum – L.)
Cress is one of the fastest and easiest things to grow. Sow seeds today and you could harvest cress in just a week or two. While very low in calories, cress is high in vitamins A and C and other essential nutrients.
Lettuce is very familiar. You can begin to harvest small lettuce leaves for salads in as few as four weeks and will be able to continue to harvest small quantities of leaves for several months to come.
#3 Pak Choi
You can harvest the first small leaves in as few as 4 weeks in the right conditions. When you harvest small quantities of leaves early, you can still let the plants grow on.
This is another great cut-and-come-again crop. You can begin to take young leaves a few at a time from each plant in as few as 4 weeks.
You can begin to harvest a few small leaves within a month or so, and continue to harvest from the prolific plants over the months to come.
#6 Mustard Greens
Mustard greens are another Brassica crop that you can grow for cut-and-come-again leaves from as little as four weeks from planting.
#7 Other Microgreens From Brassicas
Brassica crops such as broccoli, kale, cabbages, kohlrabi, etc can be harvested from around a month from planting.
Arugula is another leafy green that you should consider sowing for a quick cut-and-come again harvest from around 4 weeks.
#9 Baby Spinach
You can expect to begin picking baby spinach leaves in just a month or so time.
#10 Pea Shoots
Pea shoots can shoot up, and provide plenty of leafy greens well within a month. They can be grown pretty much all year round.