GardeningPair Up Companion Plants for Big Harvest Garden

Pair Up Companion Plants for Big Harvest Garden

Pair Up Companion Plants for Big Harvest in your Garden which also improves flavor, repels insects and a better success rate.

Pair Up Companion Plants for Big Harvest Garden

Gardening is an extremely popular activity in which millions and millions of people (Homesteaders) all over the world derive a lot of enjoyment from it. Whether you are looking to add some color and beauty to your property or looking to grow fruits and vegetable to use to feed your family in the case of homesteading.

This article was designed to be one of those types of sources for gardening information in that it describes a number of beneficial plants for gardening. However, there is a whole lot to know about gardening and finding good sources of information is very important.

Garlic – DO plant near: cabbage, cane fruits, fruit trees, roses, tomatoes – DO NOT plant near: peas, beans

Tomatoes – DO plant near: carrots, celery, cucumbers, onions, peppers – DO NOT plant near: corn, potatoes, kohlrabi

Squash – DO plant near: corn, melons, pumpkins

Potatoes – DO plant near: beans, corn, peas – DO NOT plant near: tomatoes, apples, cherries, cucumbers, pumpkins, raspberries, sunflowers, tomatoes, walnuts

Peas – DO plant near: beans, carrots, corn, cucumbers, radish, turnip – DO NOT plant near: garlic, onions

Onions – DO plant near: beets, carrots, swiss chard, lettuce, peppers – DO NOT plant near: beans, peas

Melons – DO plant near: squash, corn, pumpkins, radishes

Eggplant – DO plant near: beans, peppers

Cucumbers – DO plant near: cabbage, beans, corn, peas – DO NOT plant near: late potatoes

Corn – DO plant near: pumpkins, cucumbers, melons, squash, peas, beans – DO NOT plant near: Tomatoes

Celery – DO plant near: beans, tomatoes, cabbages

Carrots – DO plant near: tomatoes, beans

Cabbage, Broccoli, Kale, Brussels Sprouts – DO plant near: beets, celery, dill, Swiss chard, lettuce, spinach, onions, potatoes – DO NOT plant near: Pole beans, strawberries

Beets – DO plant near: bush beans (not pole beans), cabbage, broccoli, kale, lettuce, onions, garlic – DO NOT plant near: pole beans

Asparagus – DO plant near: tomatoes

Bush Beans – DO plant near: beets, cabbage, carrots, catnip, cauliflower, corn, cucumbers, marigolds, potatoes, savory, strawberries – DO NOT plant near: fennel, garlic, leeks, onions, shallots

This very valuable article on gardening was looking to help those who are new to gardening or those who tried it and were not exactly successful at it. The article was designed to focus heavily on plants that are chosen for their unique characteristics and ability to be useful in specific ways in gardening. The author goes into great detail explaining each of the 60-plus plants and telling how it can be used in gardening.

Benefits of reading Gardening 101: How to identify and use companion plants in your garden

● Learn some valuable information about certain plants and how they can help you in your gardening efforts

● The article includes 60-plus beneficial plants that can be used in your garden in order to enhance it in some way

● The article describes each and every one of the plants and details about how it can be beneficial

● The article includes many full-color pictures that are designed to give you some help with identifying some of the plants

Click here to read about how to Pair Up Companion Plants for Big Harvest Garden:

Melissa Francis
Melissa Francis
Greetings! I'm Melissa Francis, the founder and primary contributor to The Homestead Survival. With over 20 years of experience in homesteading, sustainability, and emergency preparedness, I've dedicated my life to helping others achieve a simpler, more self-reliant lifestyle.

Subscribe Today


Get unlimited access to our EXCLUSIVE Content and our archive of subscriber stories.

Exclusive content

Latest articles

Popular Articles

More articles