GardeningCompanion Planting Tips For Your Garden

Companion Planting Tips For Your Garden

Golden Harvest  Organics website shares a long list of what to plant next to each other that is beneficial to the health and growth towards a great harvest. Some plants can repel and/or attract insects that help vegetables, herbs and fruit plants.

Example: I always plant Marigolds next to my tomatoes.

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Melissa Francis
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