List of Vegetables That Can be Grown in Coastal Areas

By - Shivangi Rai

Root Crops

Root crops like carrots, beets, and radishes do well in coastal areas' climates 

Brassica Family

Broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, kale, kohlrabi, and Brussels sprouts indoors, then transplant them after the last frost

Lettuce and Greens

Spinach, chard, arugula, and other greens have their own characteristics 

Onions, Leeks, and Shallots

Varieties like 'Expression' and 'King Richard' for onions, 'Conservor' for shallots, and 'Lincoln' for leeks


Fingerling, yellow flesh, blue flesh, and white flesh potatoes all thrive in coastal climate


Oregon-developed varieties like 'Oregon Sugar Pod II' and 'Cascadia' are disease-resistant and suitable for bush-style peas

Green Beans

Bush and pole bean varieties like 'Jade,' 'Derby,' 'Fortex,' and 'Helda' are ideal for coastal region


Cucumbers need warmth and protection, with some varieties not requiring pollination


Select tomato varieties that suit coastal climates, with a preference for early-ripening options

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