Beans, Beans the incredible fruit, the more you eat the more you toot , the more you you toot the better you feel so plant some beans for every meal.
Actually beans aren't a fruit, but you already knew that. Beans [and peas] are an easily grown annual vegetable and a very popular and versatile garden crop. There is a wide range of plant sizes and beans can be fit into just about any garden scheme. There are also varieties that thrive in varying climates. They are susceptible to frosts and should be grown only in warmer months in Cold regions, In subtropical climates beans can be grown year round.
Beans belong to the legume family. Legumes are "nitrogen fixing" plants, they enhance and add nitrogen to the soil, an essential requirement for all successful gardens. Their nitrogen fixing qualities make them a favorite for companion planting schemes such as the three-sisters method , where beans are grown twining around cornstalks with squash growing at the base.
Avoid planting Beans in succession with other legumes / beans.
Good companion plants are Strawberries, cucumbers, melons and celery . Avoid planting near to, or in succession with onions or garlic. See - Companion Planting