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    • Renee Boisvert

      Companion planting for organic gardening. I do not have a green thumb... but my daughter likes to garden.

    • Living Green with Baby

      Organic gardening tips on growing companions

    • Cathy Berg

      Growing Plant Companions #gardening

    • Tina McKim

      Do you grow vegetables? This companion planting chart might be useful! #bernsflowers

    • Tanangela Anderson

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    • Alana Black

      Companion planting, I need more flowers in my vegetable gardens

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