Many gardeners consider that by planting sure mixtures of vegetation together, they’re mutually beneficial—keeping away bad insects and attracting the great ones. Here, cabbage is interplanted with signet marigolds (also edible!) for a pretty and practical show. This structure is the most conventional, and it positively is appealing! You can plant tight rows of vegetation that do not mind chilly climate corresponding to lettuce, then pull them out when they go to seed as scorching climate hits.