Learn about 8 Summer Vegetables to Grow in Pots. All of these are warm-weather crops and grow productively in containers. These vegetables grow best in warm weather and when the sun is intense. You must give them a place in your summer vegetable garden. If you don’t own a garden and space is limited, grow them in pots in your apartment balcony or patio.

1. Tomatoes

Tomatoes are must grow in containers in summers. Provide them full sun, regular fertilizer, water, and they’ll grow.

2. Cucumber

You can grow cucumbers in medium to large pots or grow bags. The size of the pot depends on the type, but usually, a 12 inches deep pot is good enough. Both bush cucumbers and vining cucumbers are growable in containers.

3. Eggplant

Eggplant, also known as aubergine and brinjal, is one of the best summer vegetables to grow in pots. If the weather is warm, it’s effortless to grow.

4. Okra

Do you know the other fun name of okra? “Ladies’ Finger!” Grow okra in medium-sized pots and enjoy it fresh in many African, Middle Eastern, Indian, and Southern US recipes.

5. Pepper

Bell peppers and chilies love the heat of summer and exposure to all-day-long direct sunlight. However, if you’re growing them in a hot climate, provide shade from the afternoon sun.

6. Beans

Both the bush beans and pole beans grow well in pots. Bush beans are short and, according to the name “bushier,” whereas pole beans are tall and need support. You can go with pole beans as they are productive and utilize the vertical space efficiently. To grow, get 8-10 inches deep pot and maintain the spacing of 3-4 inches between each plant.

7. Zucchini

Zucchini is a warm-weather crop, and summer is the best time to grow it. Plant it in a large 12 inches deep pot and place this vegetable plant in full sun. Also, fertilize it from time to time. It’s really productive in containers.

8. Gourds and Melons

Grow melons that are vegetables such as bitter melon and winter melon; both are very nutritious. Also, give a try to gourds, they’re often overlooked and used only for decorative purposes, but they’re edible and used popularly in Indian and South Asian cuisines. You can grow bottle gourd, ridge gourd, ash gourd, and sponge gourd in large pots with support.

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