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Although it’s a great idea to start seeds indoors and transplant them to your outdoor garden, it’s not always necessary. In fact, as long as you live in a fairly warm climate, there are some vegetables that you’re better off planting outside. For example, veggies such as beans, corn, peas, squash and cucumbers can be difficult to transplant. Instead, you should direct sow them.
In case you don’t know, to “direct sow” just means to plant your seeds outside in the ground rather than inside in a container. But before you direct sow your seeds, you need to learn about the various methods and how to do it properly. In this article by Rachel from Grow a Good Life, she lists 13 vegetables and explains how to plant them so they’ll grow quickly and produce a lot.