A Companion-Planting System for a Beautiful, Chemical-Free Vegetable Garden

Before growing your own vegetables, it is important that you keep in mind some basic rules. For instance, which vegetables can be planted together and which not. Luckily, on the next link you will find a useful chart that will make the process easier for you. Since some vegetable taste great when mixed together, you might think that they can also be planted together, right? It wrong to assume that and the best example for this are tomatoes and cucumbers. These two do better when not planted in close proximity, but tomatoes have a nice evolution when grown together with carrots or basil. Also if you make sure to plants these vegetables in organized rows, they will have enough space to grow and will be much easier to harvest. For more details and useful tips and trick, please visit the link below.

Bad Buds – Plants NOT To Grow Together


Discover the secrets of a naturally pest-proof vegetable garden with Great Garden Companions. Let master gardener Sally Jean Cunningham show you how to keep pests and diseases at bay with her unique companion-gardening system. By planting special combinations of vegetables, flowers, and herbs, you can minimize pest and disease problems and create a high-yielding, beautiful garden!


Check out the Companion Garden book on Amazon.

To learn more about companion planting, check out the longtime bestseller, Carrots Love Tomatoes, and the more recently published book, Great Garden Companions.

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One Response to "A Companion-Planting System for a Beautiful, Chemical-Free Vegetable Garden"

  1. Jean Caruthers says:

    Love the poster, wish I had one for my Garden area in my garage !

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