Bad Buds – Plants NOT To Grow Together

When growing your own plants, you should keep in mind some key aspects. For instance, the type of soil required for each plant to grow healthy, the climate preferred by some plants and the way you need to care for them. But there is another equally important aspect, namely the fact that there are some plants that should not be grown together as they don’t “enjoy” each other’s company. So when planting the seeds in your garden, you should print out the list from the following link in order to prevent and creating an unfriendly environment for your plants. To learn more about this matter and to have access to the list mentioned above, visit the link below and don’t forget to share it with your friends and family of homesteaders.

If you have any comments or suggestions, please feel free to leave them in the comment section below.

Companion Planting Guide


Share This Post

4 Responses to "Bad Buds – Plants NOT To Grow Together"

  1. Jo says:

    I have planted corn right next to tomatoes, with the tomatoes on the sunny side. No problem. My corn is 7″high and giving copiously; my tomatoes are enormous! What is meant to be the problem I wonder? The soil is clayey but obviously rich.

  2. Terry Wampler says:

    I had forgotten this in fo. Thank you so much.

  3. Donna Hutchinson says:

    Celery has potatoes on both the compatibles and the incompatibles lists. Is that a typo maybe?

  4. patty berry says:

    need this garden tips chart.

Leave a Reply

Submit Comment

© 3988 . All rights reserved.