Companion Planting for plant health
Companion planting has been used for centuries to help gardeners control pests and diseases, improve plant health and to produce more abundant crops.
In this tutorial, Ryan will discuss the main styles of companion planting from mixed plantings, plants that repel or attract and good companion planting combinations.
Companion planting: Three Sisters Gardening
The Three Sisters planting combination is one of the oldest examples of companion gardening.Read Article
What is companion planting?
The best thing about companion planting is that it increases the biodiversity of your garden.Read Article
Companion planting attracts pollinators and repels pests
There are loads of proven planting combinations that have a beneficial impact in your garden.Read Article
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