Healthy, tasty and nutritious food is the key to anybody’s heart. Each weather depicts customary changes in the types of food that you eat and of course, your diet.

Juicy fruits compared with lots and lots of fresh vegetable every morning on your breakfast table. But, are you aware of the timing which these vegetables take to grow? You’re only aware of the food being cooked in your kitchen nothing beyond that.

Now that summers are gone, and winters are here, you need your fodder for your self-owned kitchen garden.

Keeping your garden area going through even the winters allow your body to do some exercise, and you can have your homegrown food in a month.

Leafy treats:

Leafy treats
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Mint, coriander, basil and other fresh green leaves can be sown and grown easily in your garden. You would love to add these tender and fresh leafy greens in your salads and make the dish even tastier.

Broccoli:

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Being a rich source of magnesium, iron, calcium, and numerous vitamins, growing broccoli would be a treat for your various dishes.

To grow this green veggie, the pot should be about 12 to 15 inches deep, in one per pot 1 broccoli should grow easily.

Herbs:

Thyme, oregano, chives
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Thyme, oregano, chives, and some of those fiber-rich foods can also be sown in the garden area.

They are quite easy to grow at home and they’ll add fantastic aroma as well as flavor to all the dishes in which you sprinkle them.

Carrots:

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Chefs demand that your platter should also look pretty and colorful along with it being healthy and fresh. Fresh veggies like carrots can be grown in a month – to grow carrots pot is supposed to be at least 12 inches or deeper and one should keep at least 2 to a 3-inch distance between each seed.

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Onions:

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The nodes of onion in your greenhouse will give you those tender onion shoots in the first half of the month, and while the month is coming to an end these onions will give shoots.

Beans:

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Broad beans are another mineral and vitamin-rich food that gets ready to be sacked off in a month itself.

You can also try green peas, they are the rich source of vitamins like a B6, C, and nutrients like magnesium, fiber, iron, potassium, etc.

Asparagus:

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Asparagus is rarely found in winters-It is an autumn crop hence, the planting needs to be done in autumn.

To grow asparagus one needs to choose slightly deep sized pots for the plant to fit in the whirl.

Potatoes:

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Potatoes are the easiest crop to grow in your home; all you need to do is to plant a shot of potato deep into the ground with less heavy soil.

Lettuce:

Lettuce
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Fresh and green lettuce are best grown in a month only but winters.

It is amongst leafy greens which you need to consume regularly, due to their nutrient-rich minerals and vitamins.

Tomatoes:

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Most people want to have homegrown tomatoes to be added into various dishes, it is due to vitamins and nutrients content present in these little red treats.

Tomatoes are packed with iron, niacin, potassium, magnesium, and vitamins such as a C, B6 and more.

There are numerous varieties of tomatoes which you can grow easily and depend upon the variety you need to choose the pot accordingly.