Top 15 Best Vegetable Gardening Blogs

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There are literally hundreds of blogs online today offering an endless amount of great vegetable gardening tips and advice. You can find a cool trick or two at just about every click – anything from how to grow tomatoes to how to set up a worm composting bin – on the various vegetable gardening blogs available on the net.

If you are new to the vegetable gardening blog scene, it can be a long trial and error process to find the best ones of the bunch. To help you discover new and exciting blogs, I decided to compile a list of my favorite vegetable garden blogs. These blogs are packed with valuable information, great photos, awesome tutorials, and very helpful bloggers that will most likely try to help you with any vegetable gardening questions you may have.

My Top 15 Best (& Favorite) Vegetable Gardening Blogs

  1. Veggie Gardening Tips
  2. veggiegardeningtips

  3. A Way To Garden
  4. awaytogarden

  5. Skippy’s Vegetable Garden
  6. skippysvegetablegarden

  7. Tiny Farm Blog
  8. tinyfarmblog

  9. Get In The Garden
  10. getinthegarden

  11. A Suburban Farmer
  12. asuburbanfarmer

  13. In My Kitchen Garden
  14. inmykitchengarden

  15. Gardener To Farmer
  16. gardentofarmer

  17. Roots & Flowers
  18. rootsandflowers

  19. Gardening For My Family
  20. gardeningformyfamily

  21. The Yarden
  22. theyarden

  23. Our Little Acre
  24. ourlittleacre

  25. Life On The Balcony
  26. lifeonthebalcony

  27. In The Garden Online
  28. The Cheap Vegetable Gardener

These are just fifteen of my favorite vegetable gardening blogs, but there are many more that I love to read. If you have a favorite vegetable gardening blog, or a gardening blog in general that you feel should be mentioned, please mention it. I would love to hear about it!

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  1. Glad I found your site through Google Reader! I go to many of those regularly – some through Blotanical. Some I didn’t know existed, so thank you!
    .-= Joseph´s last blog ..Eat What You Make =-.

    • Hi Joseph! I enjoy reading these blogs very much. It can become difficult to keep up with all of them, but it is well worth the effort. I have learned so much from these blogs and others. I’m glad that you found my site and very glad you left a comment because now I have found your blog. I look forward to reading it!

      Thanks!

      Tee

  2. Tee — Thanks for including In the Garden Online in your list! That was a nice surprise this morning :-) So glad to have found you through Twitter. I’ve really enjoyed reading your blog as well.
    .-= Colleen Vanderlinden´s last blog ..Seed Haul! =-.

    • Hi Colleen. It was a privilege to include In The Garden Online in the list. I really enjoy reading your blog! I’m glad to have found you on Twitter as well. Such a wonderful tool to meet and interact with so many interesting people. Thanks for stopping by and have a great weekend :)

  3. Tee!
    Just saw this post. I am SO honored to be on your list! veggiegardener.com is my current favorite site. Blushing from my roots to my flowers!
    Thanks so much for including my blog and for all the great info on your site.
    Deep bow,
    ~Annica
    @rootsandflowers
    .-= annica´s last blog ..Herb Profile ~ Oatstraw =-.

    • Hi Annica – Wow! I’m blushing from the kind words! It is an honor to have you on the list! I really enjoy your blog and our tweets. Thanks so much for being a part of Veggie Gardener!

      Tee

  4. Thank you so much for listing me among this illustrious gardening bunch! You are very kind! And the list is great… found some other resources that I’ll really enjoy. Thank you!

  5. I wish my blog was included. Hehe.

    I’m familiar with some, the others I just found out here, including this blog. Thanks for sharing =)
    .-= Nova @ Grow Herb Garden´s last blog ..Different Types of the Lavender Herb =-.

    • Hi Nova! Welcome to my blog and thank you for commenting. The next time I revise my list perhaps your blog will be on it ;)

      Have a great day!

      Tee

  6. Thanks for the list. I’ve been searching for other veggie gardening bloggers to keep in touch with. These all look great. I’m a strange beast – part veggie gardening blogger, part nature blogger, all sustainability blogger. It means LOTS of friends for me :-)
    .-= Alison Kerr´s last blog ..Beans, Beets, Butterflies, Bees, and Birds =-.

    • Hi Alison! The vegetable garden bloggers mentioned in the list are not only great to follow, but they are very nice folks as well. I’m very glad you left a comment and followed me on Twitter because you have a great blog to follow as well.

      Thanks for stopping by and I look forward to sharing our gardens and blogs with one another :)

      Tee

  7. In my area I never have any luck with beef stake tomatoes. They seem to be deformed with little production. As a result,I have given up on them. Better boys or early girls do great. Thank you

  8. This is so great thanks so much for putting all the best gardening blogs together. I hope to be on your list one day :) I’m new at it but my blog is http://www.socalgardening.wordpress.com

    Thanks!!!

    Colleen
    .-= Colleen´s last blog ..Plant a seed – yes plant them now! =-.

    • Hi Colleen,

      Thanks so much for stopping by and commenting! I’m glad you enjoyed the list of gardening blogs. I took a peek at your blog and love the post on planting potatoes and onions. I can’t wait to see them later in the season when they are big and producing potatoes. I’ll be doing an even bigger list in the fall, so I’ll be sure to add you ;)

      Again, thanks for stopping by!

  9. Hi-
    I started a blog about a year ago called giantveggiegardener.com about growing vegetables and giant pumpkins organically using substainable methods and have enjoyed reading your blog. Please check out my blog for consideration into your next years top sites. Thanks, Jannine

  10. Hello Tee,

    Thanks for this wonderful Web site, sharing useful information about vegetable gardening and its related topics. I’m glad Google search engine got me to this Web site. I hope you wouldn’t mind if I list your Web site on my blog.

    Regards,
    Asha
    (http://rake-and-spade.blogspot.com)

  11. Nice list – thanks!

  12. Great list! I’ve been looking for sites to share info with. I recently started a blog detailing my experiences with becoming North Texas suburban edible gardener. Working with a variety of veggies and herbs (most of which I germinated under lights).

    Been a fun project, but always looking for good advice.

    My Life In the Dirt‘s latest post:
    Seaweed Extract: A Super Shot For Plant Growth

  13. I am very happy I found your site it looks full of great gardening tips and best practices. Thanks for putting this all together. I can’t wait to read your e-book.

  14. Cassandra says:

    Chiot’s Run is my favorite homesteading/gardening/photography blog. Check it out!

  15. Thanks for this great list of gardening blogs. I frequent many of these and will be visiting the other shortly. I also blog about vegetable gardening and appreciate the knowledge we can share as gardeners.

    Tommy

  16. Ahsan Habib says:

    Hi Tee,
    Thanks a lot to give this best vegetable blog lists. I found there something very important tips that are very essential for my vegetable garden. This type of blog always need for every gardener.

  17. Hey – nice blog and snaps, just looking around some blogs, seems a pretty nice platform you are using. I like the quality of your blog. And thanks for sharing nice information with us.

  18. Thank you for this great post! I love finding new gardening blogs! So many great ideas out there, and you have given me some new ones to look at! Thanks!
    Julie
    http://www.thegardenerspot.blogspot.com

  19. I have visited some of the sits listed. I am gardening in my little part of the world and its nice to see how passionate vegetable gardeners are. I love to learn new methods.

    Thanks for sharing.

  20. Good company! (And a nice place to be.) Thank you, Tee. Now if you only had a remedy for someone who ordered twice as many seeds as she needs…. : )

    • Hi Margaret – It’s an honor to list your fabulous blog! When you find a remedy for ordering too many seeds please let me know. Those beautiful seed catalogs do not help!

  21. Hi Tee – just started to learn how to blog and I am having a blast! I have been an organic gardener for over 30 years and I am a Master Gardener in Arizona and New Mexico. My blog features lots of flowers right ow (until the vegetables start growing) but it’s all a part of my garden. I do lots of companion planting and try to confuse the competition by planting flowers within my veggies. It really does help with insect control. Let me know what you think please – I would love some blog critique from an expert!

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