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Three Sisters Garden plan. Corn, beans, and pumpkins or squash. This is a Native American planting plan- all three work well together to provide plant support and ground cover benefits.

Three Sisters | Plant corn in a circle for better pollination. Eight seeds around each circle. Use 5 gal. bucket to mark. In dryer climates make a well in the middle to catch the water.

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How to Plan a Three Sisters Garden Layout

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Companion Planting

Companion Planting - What Not to Plant Together when Gardening

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Companion Planting

Do you know which vegetables grow best together? Here are 5 companion planting charts to help you plant your garden, and keep those veggies happy. the Whoot #vegetables #companion #gardening #Noras #Plantation #Foods

Vertical Gardening - List Of Vegetables That Can Grow On A Trellis Instead Of Trailing On The Ground

Three sisters: Plant corn, beans and squash together. Corn takes nitrogen, beans replace and grow up the corn stalks, squash is a natural "mulch" moisture barrier. Native American method.

Keeping squash from getting out of control. Some gardeners are afraid to grow summer squash in a small space - not me, though. Whether it's yellow crookneck or zucchini, it's only got a 2' x 2' space alotted to grow in if it wants to grow in my garden. Upside down tomato cages are used to keep the leaves from sprawling out everywhere, which is quite effective - at least in my experience. Daily attention is needed to make this happen though, as the leaves must be kept inside

Heavy duty trellis for watermelon and squashes. Grow lettuce underneath in the shade.

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Kids' Gardening

Plants have best friends just like people do. Marigolds help tomatoes and roses grow better. Nasturtiums keep bugs away from squash and broccoli. Petunias protect beans from beetles and oregano chases them away from cucumbers. Geraniums keep Japanese beetles away from roses and corn. Chives make carrots sweeter, and basil makes tomatoes even tastier.

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