10 Plants You Should Start Planting This March

Valentine’s Day is over. The flowers have been given and the chocolates enjoyed. What is it do next for a garden enthusiast?

Plant vegetables and crops


Is there anything more exciting for a lover of the earth than plant vegetables and crops, especially now that spring is soon arriving?


Of course, not! But before you get excited upon the arrival of spring, here are some plants you should consider planting this March, so you’ll have more reasons to smile this coming spring.

Baby Spinach


If you are worried that you don’t have a green thumb but enjoys seeing plants grow, then you should consider growing baby spinach even in potted plants. You can easily place this in your kitchen window container and watch it grow this coming March. Now you can enjoy its fresh, thick and juicy leaves for your salads and soups.



This is hailed as one of the easiest plants you can grow. It is ready to be pulled out after only 6 weeks. Plant the seeds in a potted container and see how easy it will grow.



Not many are aware, but you can also grow carrots in containers. Just ensure it is deep enough for the carrots to grow. You’ll be surprised how easy it is to grow these veggies.



Although not considered a plant, but this yummy food is very easy to grow especially if you have a basement. Carefully follow the instructions on how to grow one, and you will be harvesting these mushrooms after a month.


Green Leafy Vegetables


This comes in varieties, which includes:

  • Asian Salad Greens
  • Silver Beet
  • Lettuce
  • Kale
  • Pak Choi


Grow these varieties in different containers and enjoy a green leafy meal this coming springtime.


Ensure you mark your potted containers accordingly. Use organic plant markers to know how much water, sunlight, and care is needed for each of your potted containers.

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