Q&A: What vegetables, fruits, and herbs do you grow in your garden?

Question by Riley: What vegetables, fruits, and herbs do you grow in your garden?
What do you grow in your garden? I’m just curious because my dad and I are working on ours. Thanks!

Best answer:

Answer by Sharnee
strawberries, mints, parsley, lemon grass, rosemary :)

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7 Responses to Q&A: What vegetables, fruits, and herbs do you grow in your garden?

  1. Lanni says:

    We grow vegetables like corn, okra, potatoes, cucumbers and lettuce. They are wonderful for making salads, sandwiches and a very healthy way to live. people also plant flowers and herbs but i enjoy the fruits of my labor.They are best choices for us because we have a large family.

  2. 2XP says:

    I strictly grow Vegetables, including; Onions, Beets, Cabbage, Potatoes, Okra, Squash, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Green Beans, Hot Peppers, Bell Peppers, Carrots, English Peas, Black eyed Peas and Radishes. I also have an Asparagus Bed.

    Good luck to you and your Dad. Gardening such good exercise and tremendous therapy for one’s mind, heart and soul.

  3. Scott says:

    You should grow ground cherries! They grow easily in poor or rich soil, they don’t need much fertilizer, and they produce fruit that is protected by a husk, very pest and disease resistant and the fruit tastes tropical. It’s amazing more people don’t grow them.

    I grow ground cherries, spearmint, chamomile, garlic, watermelon diakon radish, cherry tomatoes, various squash, sweet potatoes.

  4. Bingalee says:

    Usually corn,potatoes,tomatoes,zucchini,onions,beans & peas.
    Fruit,only strawberries,peaches,plums & persimmons.
    In the greenhouse we have all our herbs such as basil,lemon verbena,marjoram,thyme,chives,parsley,oregano, mint.The rosemary is outside.

    Edit,we do have chokoes,but they are growing wild around this area.We had chilis & capsicums last year as well.

  5. melissa R says:

    veggies: strawberry’s ,corn , potatoes ,onions ,squash(yellow and green) ,tomatoes ,beans (purple and green) Fruits: plum tree, peach tree, persimmon tree herbs: mint lots of it

  6. EnergyPowerPassion says:

    Cape Gooseberry, Mina Lobata, Beefsteak Tomatoes, Salvia (Sage), Lemon Basil and Mammoth Sunflowers!

  7. Danrak says:

    What you can grow will depend greatly upon your area or zone. Here if Florida, I split my vegetable garden into two main seasons. Warm and Cool.

    Right now the cool season is ending, in which I had:
    Cabbage
    Lettuce
    Chinese Cabbage
    Kale
    Greens
    Mustard
    Broccoli
    Brussels Sprouts
    Carrots
    Onions
    Spinach
    Radish
    Peas
    Leeks
    Celery
    Collards

    Warm season has been planted and consists of:
    Tomatoes
    Chili Peppers
    Sunflowers
    Sweet Peppers
    Corn
    zucchini
    cucumbers
    cantaloupe
    okra
    watermelon
    pumpkins
    eggplant
    asparagus (this was planted special as it will grow year after year)
    horseradish
    potatoes
    squash
    artichoke

    These are just the generic terms. I plant several varieties of each.

    For fruit, I have orange, lemon, lime, tangerine and grapefruit. I plan on an avocado tree this year and something else.

    Herbs, is another long list.
    basil
    citrus basil
    purple basil
    catmint
    catnip
    chamomile
    garlic chives
    chives
    cilantro
    dill
    fennel
    lavender
    lemon balm
    lemon grass
    marjoram
    mint
    oregano
    greek oregano
    parsley
    rosemary
    sage
    thyme

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