If you are like me, and tend to want to “set it and forget it” for almost everything in life from slow cooker meals to gardening, then you are more than likely looking for some easy produce to grow, maintain, and replenish without having to put in a large amount of effort.
There are many different organizations and communities out there that specialize in helping those with disabilities or physical handicaps pursue a normal daily lifestyle, which includes hobbies and activities such as gardening! If you are looking for easy produce to grow and maintain because of your physical constraints, seeking out a senior in-home care company such as Seniors Helping Seniors Baton Rouge can be a major help.
There are many reasons to pursue these types of produce, depending on a huge variety of factors, such as the time you have daily to work on your garden and tend to the plants, your physical condition and ability to maneuver around plants and your yard, and your garden’s location and climate of the area.
In general, there are a few pieces of produce that are hardy, easy to grow, and constantly bring great results and yields. These mighty produce are tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, squash, zucchini, and most of the herbs you can think of such as parsley, basil, or mint!
Depending on the size you have available to work with, you may want to start with some simple window plants, that can be easy to maintain and keep up with without having to do too much work. In this case, smaller produce and a variety of herbs may be your best bet, such as peppers, cucumbers, mint, lavender, oregano, basil, and anything else you happen to enjoy.