Planting onions and beans together
Okay, I know conventional wisdom is that you don't plant onions and beans together. Of course, I *didn't* know that until after I'd planted a row of yellow onion sets right next to two rows of Blue Lake Bush Beans. This was back at the end of May.
The thing is, both of my crops seem to be doing well. The onions are big and hearty looking, and the bush beans have filled in the area, flowered, and have little beans over every plant.
What exactly is supposed to be the problem with planting these things together? I don't even know what to look out for in the way of problems with either of them. Please help me to understand this since I'm already starting to think about what I'm going to plant next year and where.