According to plantcare.com, “Some vegetables grow better when paired with others while some inhibit the growth of others.” Potatoes, tomatoes and squash should not be grown close together. Neither should carrots and dill, nor broccoli and tomatoes.
Crops that can be harvested in the same season should be grown together. That way, you can harvest seasonal crops without interfering with the growth of other crops.
Sometimes a single garden can have different soil composition in different areas. It is important to assess this because certain vegetables grow better in more moist soil and some in drier soil. Celery, onions, and cucumbers need moist soil.
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