What I had in mind was a greenhouse with regular beds, not pots. The plants are being put directly into the ground.I don’t think I would keep them in a greenhouse all summer. They would dry out too quickly in pots in a hot greenhouse. Plus they need room to put out roots.
I think you could start them in a greenhouse for sure though. Transplant whenever you start getting consistently hot days.
That's what most people do around here to get bigger crops.
My sister plants her tomatoes, peppers, cucumber and beans and they grow up to the roo greenhouse.
We always had a vegetable garden with my parents but it was never my thing. Now when I got some more time, and my garden is finished I can finally get into vegetables. They require everyday care and more regular work than what I'm used to
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