Have you ever wondered if there’s a better way you can garden? A way where your plants can mutually benefit each other (and make less work for you)?
Fortunately, mother nature provides a solution.
Companion plants are plants that can be planted near each other to achieve many symbiotic effects, such as:
- Attracting Pollinators
- Providing Ground Cover
- Amending Soil
- Repelling Pests
- Preventing Weed Growth
- Maximizing Garden Space
- Providing Food
While some companion plants are more well-known (such as potatoes and marigolds) others are less popular (have you heard of the three sisters?).
I’ve done hours of research on companion plants and have written several articles on them. Here are some of the most recent:
From this research, I decided to put together a simple, one-page pdf that contains 20 of the most popular plants along with their famous (or infamous) friends and foes.
This pdf is designed to be savable, printable, and sharable so you don’t need to do a Google search every time you have a question about companion plants.
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— Grow More Food
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Have any questions? Don’t see your favorite plant and wondering about its possible companions? Reach out to me on my contact page and I’ll see if there’s anything I can dig up.