I hope you can agree with me when i say: 

“Growing your own vegetables is food for both your mind and your body”

A major advantage of having your own vegetable garden at home is that, everything is organic! No artificial fertilizers, no chemicals and everything from plotting your seeds to harvesting your vegetables, everything is done according to your preference. However, there is one problem. While the kind of soil you choose, the amount of sunlight and water you give, all may be important. But not as important as finding the best containers for gardening your vegetables.

And its after spending several hours on research and collecting data that i have enlisted for you a list of the best planters you can buy for growing your veggies. Moreover, i have also included guides on how “How to Grow Vegetables at Home” and “The best for Growing Vegetables“.

 Best Pots for Growing Vegetables:

So here is a compiled list of the top picks that you can grow your indoor vegetable garden in:

Vegetable PlantersRatingPrice
Vivoson Plant Grow Bags 10/10 (Editor's Choice)
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Oppolite Fabric Aeration Pots8/10
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Opulent Systems Non Woven Containers9/10
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Hahome Grow Bags 8.5/10
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Tqqfun Window Vegetable Bags 9/10
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Hyrixdirect Portable Grow Bags9.5/10
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1. Vivosun Plant Grow Bags

Things we love:

  • Easy to move around bags of soil and plants
  • Heavy duty and Durable
  • Drainage to allow plants to breathe

✅ Drainage system included❌ Poor quality
✅Environment friendly fabric material❌ Not long lasting

2. Oppolite Fabric Aeration Pots

Things we love:

  • Multi-purpose for vegetables, herbs, flowers and more!
  • Eco-friendly material used
  • Promotes plant growth through the aeration system
  • Advanced drainage system

✅ Sturdy Pots❌ No handles
✅Aeration technology

3. Opulent Systems Non Woven Containers

Things we love:

  • Available in a wide range of sizes
  • New design prevents roots from build up
  • Washable and durable
  • Made with high-quality non woven fabric

✅ Non woven fabric❌ Poor quality handles
✅ Available in up to 15 gallon packs❌ Ineffective drainage system

4. Hahome Grow Bags

Things we love:

  • Mulit-purpose
  • Easy to use design
  • Access flap technology
  • Resuable and washable non woven lightweight fabric

✅ Access flap to see through your vegetable planter❌ Access flap can let out dirt
✅ Non woven fabric❌ Flimsy material

5. Tqqfun Window Vegetable Bags

Things we love:

  • Made with breatheable eco friendly material
  • Double layer, resuable and lightweight design
  • Mobile vegetable pot
  • Access flap as a visualization window

✅Multi-purpose❌ Gets dirty easily
✅ Visualization flap❌ Requires daily watering

6. Hyrixdirect Portable Grow Bags

Things we love:

  • Holds large volumes of soil
  • Made with a waterproof material
  • Reusable
  • Suitable for indoor, outdoor and balcony gardens

✅ Durable and sustainable material❌ Does not include instruction manual
✅ Access flap makes it easier to harvest

How To Grow Vegetables At Home:

Gardening indoors or outdoors, as long as they’re in your home you will be amazed by how juicy the flavors are and how sweet they taste! So here are some tips and tricks on how you should grow your vegetables at home in pots:

  1. Pick the right location: Most vegetables only require 6 hours of sunlight. Make sure that you plant your vegetable in a moist soil. And lastly ensure a stable environment for your plants. Heavy winds could knock your pots or plants over, so ensure you pot in the right location
  2. Choose a small pot size: We discuss more about pot sizes and how they affect your vegetables in our next guide!
  3. Selecting Vegetables: Choose a common productive plant that is easy and fast to grow for beginners. Read more about how to choose your veggies in our next guide
  4. When to plant: Every region has their own kind of planting time based on their season and weather. Just like how every vegetable has their own season. So make sure you research on the temperature preferences on the vegetable you want to grow before you seed them. So you are able to sow their seeds and harvest in the right time of the weather.

Additional Information

The Best for Growing Vegetables:

As someone who is highly experienced in the gardening field, i am sure we can all agree that we all want the best for growing our vegetables and our garden. So they flourish and the vegetables are at their prime. This is why making sure that you have the best of the best kinds of soil, containers, and vegetables is important. Here are a few gardening ideas and the best we recommend while buying for your next vegetable garden.

  1. Best soil for growing vegetables: Soil is the single most important factor that plays in the yielding of your vegetables. A rich organic soil that suits your vegetable type, would encourage fast and easy growth, all the while also be able to reach the extensive roots of your vegetables to supply all the nutrients and water it needs. Which will result in a lush, extra productive growth above ground. To find out more about how to choose the correct and the best kind of soil, click here to read our in-depth article about the topic.
  2. Best Fruits and Vegetables to grow in containers: Treat your vegetables and fruits like you and your family likes to eat. Use high quality seeds of every fruit and vegetable you want to plant. Some common, easy and fast to grow vegetables and fruits that you can plant include, tomatoes, peppers, cabbage, carrots, bananas, or oranges.
  3. Best size containers for growing vegetables: When it comes to size, for beginners, the bigger the pot the better. Its because bigger pots are able to hold more soil, and hold in more moisture. Thus as a result, you dont have to water too often. Try looking for containers or planters that are deeper and wide or are 5 gallon deep at a minimum for your vegetables. At the end it varies from vegetable to vegetables. some vegetables tend to take up more moisture and more space which is why you may need to opt for bigger pots for bigger vegetables and vice versa. Plants that grow taller, like cucumbers, would require a larger and more sturdier planter to ensure they wont topple over or fall.

 Hence, it all comes down to the type of vegetable you wish to plant. So now that you have all the information provided, and all the help and guides needed to grow your first vegetable garden. What are you waiting for? Lets get to gardening! 


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