Companion planting โ€“ plants help each other out… or work against one another!

Companion planting results from studying interactions between plants. Some love growing together, while others are dire enemies.

Companion planting in the vegetable patch

Just like humans, vegetables also have friends and foes. Some families stimulate or protect each other. Other families tire each other out and make each other vulnerable. Companion planting is the art of pairing them well!
Raised beds with companion planting

Aphids, how to get rid of them?

Aphids are fearsome insects that attack leaves and feed on plant sap. There are natural ways to treat against them. Leaves curl up and become sticky.
Aphid

Surround your roses with companions

Being the ultimate in flowerdom, roses can be paired with many plant species, and each pairing creates unique harmonious ensembles. Choose your pick!
Roses deserve many companions such as these grasses

No-treat vegetable patch: easy peasy

Experiment with companion planting which has by now proven its effectiveness in organic vegetable gardening. It’s easy, all pros and no cons: no treating and less work!
Easy growing for vegetables without even treating
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