Companion Planting

The combination of tomato and basil has been a flavor favorite for centuries, but did you know that growing them next to each other actually improves the growth and flavor of each individually? Conversely, if you plant cabbage and cauliflower together, they will both grow poorly and produce little. That is why companion planting, as it is called, is so important. Knowing which plants grow well together and which do not gives you the opportunity to have the most fruitful garden possible.

 

In this mailing, we will look at the basics of companion gardening (how it works and why), beneficial plant pairings and which pairings to avoid. Learn more…

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