The metals investigated were Fe, Zn, Cu, Mn, Cr, Cd, Pb. The level of Fe was found to be highest. The maximum concentration of Fe, Zn, Cu, Mn, Cr, Cd, Pb were found to be 20.51 (Malva Parviflora), 03. 56 (Lepidium Chalepense), 00. 88  (Brassica Compestris Rapa), 6.15 (Lepidium Chalepense), 00.58 (Malva Parviflora), 00. 03 (Malva Parviflora and Brassica Compestris Rapa), 00. 08 (Lepidium Chalepense, Brassica Compestris Rapa and Malva Parviflora respectively) while lower concentration were 10. 20 (Trigonella Foenum Graecum), 01. 30 (Brassica Compestris Rapa), 00. 20 (Brassica Compestris Rapa), 01. 00 (Trigonella Foenum Graecum), 00. 05 (Trigonella Foenum Graecum), 00. 00 (Trigonella Foenum Graecum and Malva Parviflora), 0. 00 (Lepidium Chalepense and Malva Parviflora respectively) respectively. The overall contents of these metals investigated were found to be within permissible limits. The result of this study showed that the accumulation of metals in these vegetables is of nutritional interest.