Vegetables Are Picky About Their Neighbors

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Vegetables Are Picky About Their Neighbors

Some vegetable seeds do better or worse based on what is growing near them. Here are vegetable combinations that tend to work well together.

*Beets grow well alongside cabbage, onion, broccoli and cauliflower.

*Carrots grow well alongside peas, turnips, cucumbers, or tomatoes seeds.

*Corn grows well with peas, beans, squash, and melon seeds.

Avoid planting the following vegetable seed varieties next to each other:

*Squash and radishes

*Peas and cauliflower

*Pole beans and beets



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