There’s noting like cooking with fresh vegetables and herbs. If you’re a cook and a gardener, you’ve probably done some research about how to plan your vegetable garden for the best flavors and results. After all, why not take advantage of plants that do well planted together? Strategic planting might cut down on insects, diseases, or weeds. But did you realize that you should also be aware of vegetable plants that should NOT be plated close together? There’s a whole list of vegetables that don’t make good planting partners and can compromise each other’s growth — here’s what you need to know.
When planting beans, don’t plant them near garlic or onions.