Tomatoes are hard to grow in a pot because they grow out on vines and usually need some support unless you are growing them upside down. This variety of tomato is different. It has a prolific compact bush habit. It offers yummy 8-12oz fruit.
On Deck Corn
I am really excited about this corn. This is the only corn that I know of that can grow in a container. This corn grows 4-5' tall and can produce two to three 7-8" cobs. Only two months to harvest too!
Chinese Giant Sweet Pepper
I don't know about you but we sure love to eat sweet peppers and they can be a lot of money if you are buying them from the store. These can grow tasty and large right on your porch.
Summer Long Collection Lettuce
Any lettuce will feel at home in a pot, but the trick usually is growing it at the right time of year. Most lettuce prefers the cool days and will turn bitter if it gets too hot. This collection includes lettuce that you can cycle plant every two weeks all summer long.
Gourmet Gold Summer Squash
This summer squash is a zucchini type squash so you can expect all you can eat and then some. Yellow summer squash tastes amazing and this one will grow in a small space. This one also grows with an open habit that makes it easier to harvest.
Most cucumbers will grow long vines and spread everywhere. This is a tasty slicing cucumber that has a bush habit and won't take over your small space. I have grown this one myself and I really like the flavor.
If you have never tried a golden wax bean you are in for a treat with this one. I love the taste of a golden wax bean, plus they are easier to spot when you are harvesting and color is always welcome in a container garden.
Carrots can be tricky in a container garden because of their usual length. Keep in mind that it isn't only the root but the taproot that needs space to grow. This heirloom carrot only grows to be six inches long. It is great for fresh eating and lacks the hard fiber of some garden carrots.
Detroit Dark Red Beet
Most beets would feel right at home in a small garden. This one is one of my personal favorites in both the flavor of the greens and the beet. They make fantastic pickled red beets. Just remember that beets like the cold weather.
Easy Peasy Pea
What is a garden without peas? Peas just love to have support when they grow. This pea has a bush habit like many of the other plants that I have on this post. You can tell by the picture that they have a long pod full of peas. A producer for sure. Dare you not to snitch every time you walk past.