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15 easy-to-grow vegetables for beginner green thumbs
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15 easy-to-grow vegetables for beginner green thumbs

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Having a garden and growing your own food is rewarding, and it doesn’t have to be difficult. Whether you’re a beginner gardener or just want to take things easy, there are plenty of vegetables you can grow without much effort.

When choosing plants for your garden, pay special attention to your personal preferences. Choose plants you’ll eat and enjoy — this helps make gardening worthwhile, regardless of how big your harvest is.

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