Is it possible to create a monthly budget vs actuals chart on MacOS Numbers?

I’m creating a yearly budget sheet on numbers where I have a table like this:

|             |      January     |     February     |       March      |
|             | ---------------- | ---------------- | ---------------- |
| Description | Actuals | Budget | Actuals | Budget | Actuals | Budget |
| ----------- | ---------------- | ---------------- | ---------------- |
| Groceries   |   $ 300 |  $ 250 |   $ 200 |  $ 250 |   $ 243 |  $ 250 |

I am trying to create a chart/graph where I can compare the budget vs the actual on each month. Either a big chart/graph with all the months one next to each other or, ideally, a graph for a single month, with a context selector to select a different month.

I’ve done some googling to see if I could find how to do it, but I keep finding basic examples of budgeting. I’m now wondering whether MacOS Numbers is not the right tool for this, or maybe I need to have many tables, 1 per month, instead of a big table.

Any thoughts?