To ensure your garden’s long-term success, it’s important to take your time planning and implementing changes.
While we do think and plan for the long term, that doesn’t mean we can’t also achieve certain short-term goals.
In this article, we’ll talk about how you can eat food you grew yourself faster than you might think.
Find out more information about the 15 seeds that can be planted for food in a little over a month.
1. Cress (Lepidium sativum – L.)
If you want something that grows quickly and easily, look no further than cress. You might have even done this while still in school. Once upon a time, I grew cress in eggshells. We used the cress to make heads with, and it sprang from the top of the eggshells like hair. The youngsters will enjoy doing this.
However, cress is a great crop to cultivate even if you don’t have tiny ones.
It only takes a week or two to grow and harvest cress from seeds planted today. Cress is rich in vitamins A and C and other important nutrients despite having few calories. It’s fantastic in salads and on sandwiches, and it has a nice peppery flavor.