Check out these garden plants that are not companions. Companion planting is a wonderful way to get maximum results from your garden simply by putting plants that help each other together. The flip side of that is there are plants that don’t do well together and here is a great list of which plants do not make good companions. Moms Need To Know Shares the info.
Sometimes our gardens fail to produce much and I think this might be part of the problem. Some plants just don’t like to be close to others. Some may add to the soil while other may take too much from the soil making the space unsuitable for other plants. This article will help you to avoid putting plants together than won’t do well together. That would be a big fist step to an abundantly productive garden.
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