planting corn and lavender
Can you plant rows of corn and a lavender bush (spanish lavender) in the same area of the garden? Or should they be separated?
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They should be fine, as long as the corn doesn't overshadow the lavender, stealing both sun and moisture. Also, lavender doesn't need a lot of fertilizer so if you are feeding your corn, try not to let it get near your lavender. 

Answered by BHGgardenEditors
Community Answers (2)

WHY would you plant lavender next to corn rows? What the reason? Ellie in Or. is curious. My lavender is perennial & this would only be a mess in my garden as the lavender spreads throughout the bed.
Submitted by elliemajors