5 Beautiful All Year Round Plants to Grow

All Year Round Plants

If you enjoy growing and harvesting fresh all year round plants from your indoor or kitchen garden, here’s some of these type of plants that can be grown year round!

In most parts of the indoors area, the climate is moderate enough to plant edible plants in the cool season as well as in the warm months, and in the winters are cold and frosty, there are still tricks for extending the growing season.

All Year Round Plants And Shrubs

You can grow these plants in most of the US zones. So we will take a look at growing Cilantro, Lettuce, Mint, Fenugreek, and Radish.

1. Cilantro

Cilantro is also known as coriander in some countries. It is basically a herb and it also produces seeds that are used as a spice which is actually good coriander. So the fresh greens are called cilantro and they can be used to prepare a lot of dishes Now cilantro is one of the plants that can be grown year-round very easily.

Garden fresh cilantro

The best thing about cilantro is that it grows very well in full sun as well as partial Sun but it still needs about four hours of sunlight every day in order to produce nice leaves that you can use. It’s very easy to start cilantro indoors and you can keep it in the greenhouse and then transplant it any time that you want cilantro grows very well and adapts to a lot of conditions.

One of the best things I like about cilantro is that can be grown in very small containers or pots. It has shallow roots and when you harvest cilantro you just harvest the top part of the plant and then the plant will grow back very quickly. You can grow and harvest cilantro right throughout the season that usually lasts for a few months and then you plant some more.

2. Fenugreek

The next all year round plants that can be very easy to grow is Fenugreek. Fenugreek can be eaten as micro green sand. You can also eat the plant itself, the leaves of the fenugreek plants are very delicious, very healthy and have a unique nutritional profile. If there was any plant that could grow in any sort of container or pots, I think fenugreek would take the top spot. fenugreek has very shallow roots and you need to grow a lot of these plants though because they have very small leaves.


But you can use some wide containers to grow fenugreek very easily. This is the sort of container that most perfect for fenugreek. It’s round its wide and it has a lot of surfaces that you can grow these greens in. So fenugreek is one of my favorite plants to grow. It produces very well almost throughout the year if it gets very hot, just put it in some shaded area in your garden and it should do very well.

3. Lettuce

Lettuce is one of my herbs to eat for lunch. It basically has a lot of microgreens or mini-greens rather I should say that you can grow very easily in almost any kind of container and then you can eat it as a salad. Using some regular potting mix peat moss, perlite, and some compost and you’ve sown these seeds. It takes a very short time to sprouts to show up and once they show up they also grow pretty fast.


Lettuce is actually one of the plants that truly doesn’t need much attention and when growing lettuce you make sure that you keep it a little elevated. So a little higher up from the ground and that ensures that there are not many slugs or snails that get to the lettuce. Also, remember that lettuce is one of the vegetables that have a very high water content,  It makes it very easy for lettuce to absorb all sorts of minerals around it.

Make sure you’re getting organic seeds only that’s very important that you use organic seeds when you’re growing lettuce. Your soil must be organic,  not added any kind of pesticides, chemicals or fertilizer you don’t really need to. Lettuce is all year round plants that grow very easily in straight up compost peat moss and perlite or vermiculite.

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4. Mint

The next plants that can be grown year round without any problems are mint. The different kinds of mint that you can grow. Spearmint is one of the most common types of mint that you can grow in your indoor garden. It’s a very rewarding plant. Mint literally requires no maintenance. You can keep growing it in smaller containers.

Mint Leaves

Just snip the top part of the plant’s, the leaves and the mint will grow back right away. So another cut-as-you-go plant which will give you fresh mint almost around the year. Some problems with the mint plant and yes the mint plant might have some issues with spider mites or some kind of fungal diseases.

But if you really see any diseases on your mint plant just thin them just cut them or you can even raise them right at the surface of the soil level. They will bring up nice leaves. I would say if you have any insects or diseases don’t try to go ahead and fix it just remove those leaves and then let the new leaves come out.

5. Radish

Radish is another cold hardy All Year Round Plants and can be easily grown around even in the summer season. However, note that there are two types of radishes – one is winter radish and another is summer radish. We’re talking about the small winter radish here this can be grown around the year. You can use a small aluminum tray to grow them as well they grow pretty well.

Radishes, Radish, Vegetables

You can even use larger containers like whiskey barrel which gives you a lot of surface area to grow this in larger containers as well. So Hail Stone, Cherry Belle all these are winter radishes they are smaller in size. They come in different colors. The took about 25 to 30 days to form. It’s a very quick crop so you can keep growing it around the year and get a fresh radish every month or even every two weeks.

Final Thought

There are many other all year round plants that you can also grow but this gives you a little idea on which plants are good candidates to grow year round. So please do let me know your comments and if you like this article does go ahead and share with your friends. If you’re not already a subscriber to subscribe to our list that you get all the latest updates and I’ll see you again soon till then happy gardening!

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