'Sangre de Toro "de la remolacha

Mix ornamental plants with edible plants in your veggie garden.

container gardening vegetables

Splendid Salads from Better Homes and Gardens

A staple in coleslaw, cabbage is also useful for the mild flavor and crunchy texture it adds when shredded into mixed salads. Choose from green or red cabbage varieties./

Beautiful and delicious 'Wildfire Lettuce Mix' bhg.com

Beet

Top Heirloom Tomatoes. Many gardeners have heard the term "heirloom tomato" but don't really know what it means. Happily, it's an easy definition: a variety that has been passed down from gardener to gardener. Unlike modern hybrid varieties, heirloom tomatoes come true from seed, making them easy to share.

35 Fruits and veggies you can grow in containers.

5 Best Container Vegetables: BrownThumbMama.com

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Top fruit, vegetables, and herbs from Sunset's Western Garden Book of Edibles. sunset.com

Growing in the garden, radicchio looks like butterhead lettuce with a purple center. Harvest heads 80-85 days after planting when they are firm, similar to head lettuce. Overmature radicchio quickly becomes bitter, but heads harvested at proper maturity add a delightful touch of spiciness and brilliant purple color to salads./

Tomato 'Goldie'. A big, yellow heirloom beefsteak-type tomato with fruits that can reach a pound, 'Goldie' features a sweet flavor and ripens about 90 days from transplanting. It's an indeterminate variety.

Microgreens - Baby Greens harvested early

Mizuna..Deeply lobed and fringed mizuna is an Asian green with a mild peppery flavor. Other common names for mizuna are Japanese mustard, spider mustard, and California peppergrass.

'Bulls Blood' Beet. Decorative and, of course, edible.

Small vegetable/herb garden - we are planning with our "seed" catalogs

Functional and decorative--colorful containers are perfect for growing your #veggies on the balcony.

Tatsoi..Asian greens such as tatsoi may be used fresh in salads, stir-fried, or steamed. Tatsoi forms a deep green rosette with white stems. Harvest immature leaves for use in salads.

This combination is a zippier take on mesclun mix. It features arugula, tangy red mustard, and other Asian greens. Many seed suppliers blend custom mixes of salad greens that provide varying levels of bite, or mild flavor. Some, such as 'Provencal Winter Mix', are specially formulated for certain seasons of use./