When you start to prepare your vegetable garden, it is better to establish a list of vegetables that you like the most and that cost the most when grocery shopping.
Tender plants : Plants such as tomatoes, peppers, aubergines, basil, etc. are the most difficult to grow. You should set aside the best sunny places in your garden for them; think about this before anything else.
After the tender plants, you can move on to the cultivation of cucurbitaceous plants such as melon and squash, to mention only those two, which grow by crawling on the ground or in height on stakes or supports.
Climbing plants : Plants which grow on stakes (such as peas, beans and squash or cucumber) should also be grown around the edges where they do not deprive other vegetables of sunlight.
Watering : Some plants do not grow well in dry locations; notably celery, onions, strawberries, etc. Provide them with areas that are slightly lower, and which preserve more moisture, otherwise pay more attention to the watering frequency in order to achieve constant growth.