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Companion Planting

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Companion planting guide for 17 different vegetables and its combinations. Covering peppers, squash, tomatoes, zucchini, broccoli, cucumbers, garlic and more. With detailed explanation what vegetables plant together in your garden or in containers. #companionplanting #companion #vegetables #plants

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Companion planting in gardening and agriculture is the planting of different crops in proximity for pest control, pollination, providing habitat for beneficial creatures, maximizing use of space, and...

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Gaia’s Organic Gardens is a Perth family-owned and operated business that is dedicated to helping more Aussie families grow their own food, using sustainable and organic gardening practices.

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Find out which fruit and vegetables should and shouldn’t be planted together with our companion planting chart for some of the most popular garden foods!

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How To Plan Your Garden: A Gardener-Friendly Companion Planting Chart & Practical Tips To Get Started And Achieve A Healthy Vibrant Crop throughout the season.

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Chances are good that you simply found this text because you’re brooding about planting cucumbers in your garden – and need nothing but the simplest for his or her , and your, success. Or perhaps these companions for garden cucumbers have found you. Say, you’ve...

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It’s time for another round of What I’m Gardening This Week! The weather is getting warmer, the sun is out just a tiny bit longer, and my seeds are itching to be planted soon. Next week, it’s time to plant the first round and put the DIY grow lights you created from last week to good use. This week, it’s all about choosing which vegetables and herbs can be planted by one another, and which ones cannot. It’s amazing the benefit that planting certain crops directly around one another. And in the same token, how detrimental it can be to plant some directly alongside. Plant basil around tomatoes or peppers. The benefit? They enhance growth and repel flying insects. Plant cabbage around those same tomatoes? They stunt growth and take away vital nutrients. Who would have thought?! So to get us started, I’m putting a few great resources below to share with you. The easiest to look at the vegetable you’re planting, and find what works well and what doesn’t work around it. Take note of your specific crops you are using this year and mentally mapping out your space. Note: When it says to plant far away from, a good rule of thumb is 4 feet or more away from the crop. No need to go any further as it won’t have much effect. Now you can get a better feel of what will give your crops the best results, you can begin mentally mapping our your space. Next Monday, we will talk about seeding our first crops. The following week, we will beginning drawing out our gardening maps using these resources. Happy Gardening! xx Rachel

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Blueberry bushes not only provide delicious fruit, but also add a lovely whimsical element the garden. While blueberries can be a bit particular about their soil conditions, there are certainly

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