Fast Growing Vegetables
Posted on 02 November 2020
Looking for vegetables that grow quickly and easily?
Check out our new lineup of Organic Vegetable Seeds – we picked these easy-to-grow veggie seeds so that everyone can have a successful, fast growing harvest! Growing fast growing vegetables in your yard is the easiest way to have a productive garden. Our easy-to-grow vegetables are perfect for first-time gardeners and expert gardeners alike as these varieties are tried-and-true! We picked these special varieties because they are the easiest vegetables to grow from seed. They germinate quickly, grow quickly, any many of these are easy vegetables to grow in pots!
Radish – 22 Days!
One of the fastest growing vegetables, the radish is super easy to grow and great for beginners and kids. These seeds sprout super fast, and grow into beautiful red morsels that are sure to please! Plant often for a continue harvest of red radishes for salads and snacking.
Lettuce – 40-50 days
Grow our Little Gem lettuce, which is a super crispy delight! Little Gem is a cross between butterhead and romaine, giving it the unique trait of having romaine’s crunch with the sweetness and small size of a butterhead. Chefs love this lettuce! Easy to start and grow from seed.
Spinach – 45 days
Our Fast growing Bloomsdale Spinach has thick, crinkly, dark green leaves that have a rich nutty flavor. It grows quickly and handles hot weather better than other varieties.
Beets – 35-60 days
Grow them for both the roots and the young tops which are used as greens. Yes, that's right, you can eat young beet leaves, cook them like spinach with a little olive oil and garlic, sautéed in a pan!
Zucchini – 55 days
One of the earliest and most productive vegetables, our Black Beauty Zucchini summer squash are sure to fill your countertop every summer! For us, these are one of the first of the summer vegetables to ripen, and the last! They produce a huge amount of zucchini, so you'll be certain to have enough to share with neighbors, friends and family. Super easy to grow!
Early Bell Peppers – 57 Days
Our Sweet Chocolate Bell pepper is a super early sweet pepper! These delicious 3-4" chocolate-colored bell peppers are ready for harvest just 57 days after planting! That means these are the fastest growing pepper seeds we carry! For more fast growing peppers, check out all of our Short Season Peppers »
Shishito Peppers – 60 Days
The fast growing sweet Shishito Pepper is a favorite pepper among gourmet gardeners and chefs for their amazing flavor, early & continual harvests. Easy to grow, very productive, and delicious! Like peppers? Find more of our fastest growing peppers »
Early Jalapeño – 65 days
The Early Jalapeno is one of the fastest growing peppers! Start harvesting these spicy gems in just 65 days.
Onions - 60 days
Our White Lisbon onion is a hardy, mild-flavored, fast-growing onion that does not form a bulb. Better known as scallions, this variety is very dependable because it thrives in a wide range of soils, is heat and cold tolerant, and can be sown successively throughout the season. Young plants can be harvested at 60 days and mature ones at 110 days.
Cucumbers – 55 days
Our Homemade Pickles Cucumbers are great to grow in your garden as they produce a large abundance of solid, crisp, and flavorful cucumbers. The firm crunchy cucumbers grow 6" long and the plant is resistant to common cucumber diseases. Great for pickles, gazpatcho, salads or just eating fresh from the garden!
Early Tomatoes – 56-75 Days
Check out all of our Early Tomato Varieties - these are some of the fastest and easiest vegetables to grow from seed! For gardeners with short season climates with early cold weather wiping out the summer garden in early autumn, these fast-growing varieties are the perfect solution so that you can get lots of red tomatoes before the end of summer.
These are also some of the best vegetables to grow to save money because they grow easily, and are very productive so that you can fill your pantry with fresh, organic, easy-to-grow vegetables.
Raised Bed Vegetable Gardening for Beginners
If you put in a raised bed, you can grow all of these seeds, as they are some of the easiest vegetables to grow in raised beds!
Easy Vegetables to Grow in Pots
Most of these seeds are also the easiest vegetables to grow in pots! For the best success, make sure to use large 5 gallon or larger containers for growing these fast growing vegetables. Like peppers? Check out some of our Best Peppers to Grow in Containers.