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Companion Planting Chart | afristar foundation (if you're visual, like me, this is couldn't get better... well maybe just a little)

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Companion planting for organic gardening. by roslyn

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

Mandy Bryant Bryant Bryant Bryant Brannam this made me think of you! Companion planting

{This book right here was my mothers gardening bible. We grew HALF the produce our family consumed per year ourselves. And this book played a BIG part in that sucsess.} carrots love tomatoes - great book - and an available graphic on the site for those plants who love to be planted near each other - companion planting

  • Wilderness Creek

    We bought this book about 6 years ago. Although it was less than $15.00, it is worth thousands! It is our "Go to Book" and the results have consistently been amazing. A must have tool for every gardener!

  • ann chambers

    I LOVE this book and refer to it all the time. I think the flower one is Roses love Garlic or the other way around lol

  • Wilderness Creek

    That's the best piece of information I've gotten in a long time - did not know there was another book. Thank You!!

Plant on what to plant next to each other and which flowers keep certain bugs away. Fantastic info!!

thingshmmm: Afristar started a series of Permaculture posters in 2007 to help build awareness around Permaculture. To date we have 13 posters printed are planning more for 2011. Afristar Permaculture Posters Liquid ManureMaking CompostPermaculture Water PrinciplesHow to Plant a Tree Zulu/Sotho/EnglishSummer Rainfall Planting CalendarWinter Rainfall Planting CalendarMaking an A FrameSocial permaculture ~ Talking StickCompanion PlantingEarthwormsPermaculture GuildsPermaculture zonesGrey Water

Companion Planting Chart - Companion planting is an ancient, natural and beautiful way of producing more without pesticides that highlights our own interconnectedness.

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.

Seriously close planting. I cannot wait to try some bio-intensive gardening!