Your Favorite Veggie? Here Are The Best Vegetable Seeds for You


The growing season is upon us, and if you’re like me, you want to grow the best vegetables that you can. But to get the best veggies, you need to start with the most nutritious seeds. That’s why I’ve compiled a list of the top seeds for your favorite veggies—plus one that might become a new favorite!


Radishes are a root vegetable that grows best in cool weather. They’re also rich in vitamin C and fiber, as well as folate and potassium. Radish seeds can be planted directly in the ground or started indoors; they grow quickly once they start sprouting. If you want to grow your own radishes, check out these varieties:

  • French Breakfast – These large French breakfast radishes are mild with a slightly sweet taste (they’re perfect for cooking with).
  • Early Scarlet Globe – This early-maturing variety maintains its crispness even after being cooked, making an excellent addition to salads or sandwiches.
  • Red Meat F1 Hybrid – This hybrid version of the red globe radish is resistant to bolting during hot weather but still has plenty of flavor!


Tomatoes are one of the most popular vegetables in the world, and for good reason. They’re delicious, easy to grow, and—if you choose the right variety—you can harvest from your own garden all summer long.

There are many different types of tomatoes: cherry tomatoes (so small they fit in your mouth), beefsteaks (the size of a hamburger patty), Romas (small but thick-skinned) and more! You’ll find them at supermarkets year-round or even growing wild as weeds on an abandoned lot near you.


Kale is a leafy green vegetable that is a good source of vitamins A, C and K. Kale also contains dietary fiber, calcium and iron.

Squash (Cucurbita)

Squash is a super fun vegetable to grow and eat. There are tons of different kinds, like acorn squash, butternut squash and spaghetti squash. All types of squash are warm weather plants that require lots of sunlight for best growth. They’re also great sources of vitamin A and C!

The seeds for these veggies are easy to plant—just sprinkle them over the soil about six inches apart from each other and water gently until they germinate (usually within two weeks). Then you’ll be eating some homegrown fruit before you know it!


Eggplant is a warm-weather vegetable, and it does best when planted in the late summer or early fall. It should be planted in full sun, preferably in a raised bed with rich, well-drained soil. Eggplant does not like to get too hot or dry, so make sure that you plant your eggplants where they will receive plenty of water.

If you want to grow eggplants indoors, you can use a container or potting mix to help keep the soil moist longer than regular garden soil would be able to do on its own.


Carrots are a great vegetable to grow because they’re easy to manage and can be used in many ways. There are several varieties that you can choose from, including:

  • Nantes – These carrots grow to about 7″ long and have a sweet flavor. They are also known for their durability in the ground during cold weather.
  • Danvers Half-Long – This carrot is short and stubby with a thick skin, making it perfect for storing or freezing after harvest. Its sweet taste makes it ideal for raw consumption as well as cooked dishes like soups, stews, casseroles, etc..

Each type of vegetable will have a seed that works best for it, and if you grow your own vegetables you’ll want to get the right one.

Each type of vegetable will have a seed that works best for it, and if you grow your own vegetables you’ll want to get the right one. You can find the best seeds for each kind of vegetable at local stores or online. You can also find the best seeds for each kind of vegetable by reading reviews. If you don’t have time to do this research yourself, talk to other gardeners who have had success with particular types of vegetables before picking up your own seeds!


We hope you’ve enjoyed this article about the best seeds for a number of your favorite veggies. This is just a small selection of the best vegetable seeds available, but you can find more information on our website or at your local nursery. There are many other factors to consider when choosing which seeds are best for your particular garden and climate conditions—so if you have questions or concerns, we encourage you to contact us today!

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