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companion plants that grow well with each other - one correction; carrots should never be planted near or with tomatoes, they prevent tomatoes from setting fruit.

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Companion planting...I borrowed an old copy of this from Mom when Michaela was a baby. I still use it!

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Learn more about companion planting in an organic garden

Companion Planting Chart : find your crop in the left column then look to find good companions and bad companions. Best I've seen yet.

For all you green-thumbers out there... On second thought, it's for you brown-thumbers, too!

COMPANION PLANTING — In food & herb gardening, companion plants are simply plant combinations that complement each other. For example: planting red onions & leeks around tomatoes can improve their success, but avoid planting tomatoes near heirloom corn & potatoes, as they are antagonistic. There are many such plant combinations that are useful to the gardener. Here’s a handy chart to help you along from John Rob, ResilientCommunit... 6/21/2013