Planting certain types of crops near each other can benefit your garden by helping to ward off pests and provide pollination. Similarly, certain plants can hinder the growth of the crops around them. Organizing your garden based on this information is called companion planting, and this infographic from Paul's Mowing clearly illustrates how to use it to your advantage.
For example, rosemary can enhance the growth of beans, broccoli, carrots and cauliflower. Oregano can help some crops — such as broccoli and cauliflower — with pest control. And sage seems to be beneficial for just about everything except dill.
Follow this chart to promote a lush garden with crops that work together to benefit each other. Click the image to zoom in.