Planning A Companion Vegetable Garden

Companion vegetable plants are plants that can help each other when planted near each other. Creating a companion vegetable garden will allow you to take advantage of these useful and beneficial relationships. Companion Planting Reasons Vegetable companion planting makes sense for a few reasons: First, many companion plants are already plants you would grow in your garden. By moving these plants around, you can get the best performance from them. Second, many companion vegetable plants help to deter pests, which helps to decrease the amount of pesticides and effort it takes to keep your garden pest free. Third, vegetable companion planting frequently also increases the yields of the plants. This means you get more food from the same space. Below is a vegetable companion planting list: Vegetable Companion Planting List Plant Companions Asparagus basil, parsley, pot marigold, tomatoes Beets bush beans, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, chinese cabbage, garlic, kale, … Continue reading Planning A Companion Vegetable Garden