Top 20 best vegetables grown in India in September

There is no month in which you cannot enjoy growing vegetables and then reaping the benefits. The rainy season is especially good for growing vegetables in your home garden, in a pot, or in the garden itself. 

That is why here we bring the Top 20 best vegetables grown in India in the month of September.

1. Chilli Pepper

Chilli peppers (Mirchi) are one of the vegetables grown in India which are used in almost all Indian households regularly. If it is sown as a rabbit crop, September to October is the perfect time for it. They are mostly used to add spice to Indian Food. You can grow Chilli peppers in your home garden for your convenience. 

2. Eggplant

Eggplant or Brinjal (baingan)  is one of the species of vegetables grown worldwide for its edible fruit in the month of August-September. It is typically used in Indian houses as a vegetable. It has many other health benefits besides being rich in antioxidants.

3. Tomato

Tomatoes (tamatar)  can be grown in September in your garden area and are the most common and best source of Vitamin C and phytochemical lycopene. They are used in salads and also while cooking vegetables. 

4. Cauliflower

Cauliflower (gobhi) can be grown in September-October. It acts as a good source of fiber and may aid in weight loss. It is mostly used in cooking vegetables.

5. Cabbage

Cabbage (Patta gobhi) can be grown between July-November in plain areas. It is rich in Vitamin C and improves digestion and overall Liver health. It can be used as a salad or as a cooked vegetable.

6. Broccoli

Broccoli can be grown from September-November. It contains Vitamin C, K, A, B9 in high quantities. It is mostly used as a boiled vegetable or a salad. 

7. Spinach

Spinach (paalak) can be grown this month and is used as a cooked vegetable with many nutrients. It is a leafy green, contains Vitamin C, K1, iron, and calcium.

8. Peas

Peas (Matar) are used in vegetables and are also eaten raw. It is a good source of Zinc, Vitamin C, E, and many other antioxidants.

9. Pointed Gourd

Pointed Gourd (laukee) is grown from Feb-September. It is made in Indian kitchens due to its many health benefits. It acts as a blood purifier, improves digestion, and treats congestion.

10. Kidney Beans

Kidney Beans (Rajma) are a great source of protein, iron, carbs, copper, and Manganese. It is loved as a vegetable and is frequently made in houses.

11. French Beans

French beans are small in size and provide folate, improve heart health and decrease the risk of diabetes.

12. Carrot

Carrots (gaajar)  should be grown in the month of September as it is the best season for them. They are eaten as a salad and also used as a cooked vegetable. Carrots are loaded with Vitamin A, beta carotene, calcium, and Vitamin K.

13. Beetroot

Beetroot (chukandar) is low in calories and rich in nutrients, it aids weight loss. It includes folate, which improves heart health and decreases the risk of heart failure or high blood pressure.

14. Radish

Radish (mooli) is most commonly used as a salad for the health benefits that it provides. It is rich in minerals like Calcium, Magnesium, and Potassium.

15.  Bottle Gourd

Bottle Gourd shows some impressive benefits to our bodies. It helps reduce stress and provides better sleep. It prevents premature aging of skin and hair. It is either boiled or cooked in India.

16. Pumpkin

Pumpkin (petha) is also a commonly used and consumed vegetable in India. It regulates blood pressure, offers protection against some life-threatening diseases like asthma, and prevents eye-related problems.

17. Zucchini

Zucchini (turai) is high in antioxidants and contributes to healthy digestion, it is very light to digest and improves heart health.

18.  Lettuce

Lettuce is used in salads and improves bone strength, provides hydration, and improves vision. It is loved by people who love green-leafy vegetables.

19. Onion

Onion (pyaaz) is used in almost every vegetable because it is packed with nutrients. It is loaded with antioxidants and contains cancer-fighting nutrients.

20. Corn

Corn (Makki ka dana) is used in sweet corn/popcorn. Besides the good taste, it also has some amazing benefits to our health. It has Vitamin B5, B6, Niacin, and Potassium to control blood pressure and improvise heart health.

Enjoy reaping the benefits of all the above-mentioned vegetables that can be grown in India in September! Visit our blogs regularly for more content.

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