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  • Sumiko Ashe

    Gardening for Dummies: What Plants Should I Plant Together? Oops - I put my extra peppers in some empty space next to my green beans this year!

  • Amy Groft

    Gardening tips about companion planting

  • Liz

    Creative Mommy's BIG size (and printable) Companion Gardening and Companion Planting Chart.

  • Naomi King

    Free Companion Planting Chart | Companion #Planting--Which #Garden Plants Grow Well Together? {Free ...

  • N Pell

    Companion planting - Garden Ideas

  • Courtney McFarland

    Companion planting is the planting of different crops in proximity (in gardening and agriculture), on the theory that they assist each other in nutrient uptake, pest control, pollination, and other factors necessary to increasing crop productivity. Companion planting is a form of polyculture. Find Local Food ► A Beginners Guide to Companion Planting ► Farmers Pal

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