1. The marigolds are ornamental flowers which create a scent barrier to deter other insect pests from your vegetables and these ornamental flowers help create a diversity in your garden.
2. Tomatoes and eggplant are members of the nightshade family so can be planted in the same bed. Interplant with Sage and Rosemary which attracts pollinators and beneficial insects to prey upon pests.
3. Parsley and chives love the east morning sun. Marigolds attract pollinators like bees and butterflies.
4. The basil and sage are sun lovers and the southwest exposure to the sun. The basil will help flavor the tomatoes (in cell 2) and will ward off mosquitoes and white flies. The oregano and rosemary would help repel aphids and spider mites and attracts beneficial parasites.
5. Dill attracts pollinator butterflies and adds flavor to cabbage. Dill and Cilantro prefer shade and moisture and the large vessel helps block morning sun to support the microclimate activity.