Which fruits and vegetables are good for growing in metal raised garden beds
Fruit and vegetable plants have high nutritional needs, and if they thrive in your metal raised garden bed, it will give you the confidence to keep growing. Here are 8 super easy fruits and vegetables to grow.

tomato. Tomatoes are one of the most common crops in the home garden and are easy to grow even in less than ideal growing conditions. Tomatoes are a great accompaniment to salad dressings and sandwiches, and can also be simmered into sauces, soups, stews, and chili.

Beans, beans are easy to grow. As they grow, they can fix nitrogen back into the soil, which can have a positive effect on metal raised garden beds. Not only do they increase the nutrient content of the soil, but they also lead to a good harvest. Chickpeas, lentils, peas and lentils are recommended.

3. Mixed greens, lettuce, spinach, and mixed salad greens grow well in metal raised garden beds in warm soil temperatures and well-drained soil.

4. Peppers and eggplants, if you don't know what to grow, eggplants and interesting peppers can be good choices. As important nutrient providers, they thrive in warm soil. Planting in metal raised garden beds will allow you to more easily meet the nutrient and watering needs of these affluent producers.

5. Beets and Carrots Beets and carrots thrive in loose soil in raised garden beds. They grow especially well when weeds or rocky soil are unobstructed. Because they mature quickly, they are the best continuous crops.

6. Cucumbers are summer vegetables that will have great success if you grow them in raised garden beds. Pour them on the side of a metal raised garden bed or trellis to expand the space for these fruit-rich plants.

Potatoes, potatoes thrive easily in metal raised garden beds. Your garden beds should be at least 12 inches deep and filled with a good planting mix and some compost to about 6 inches. Get at least 4 to 6 hours of uninterrupted sun exposure each day.

For kale, each kale plant needs about one square foot of space. Since they like cool weather, you can keep them in a slightly shaded spot in the afternoon. When the kale starts to grow, you can peel off weaker seedlings that are slower growing.

Finally, don't forget to label your crops at the outset. When you have a wide variety of plants, flowers, vegetables and herbs in your garden, it can be difficult to name and remember all the details about each plant. Plant tags can simplify things and help you identify plants.