Consider companion planting—some plants grow better when planted near each other! Add plants that attract beneficial insects (such as sunflower, yarrow, dill, and coriander). We've long wished to incorporate this philosophy into our Garden Planning tool—and now we have!
Companion planting has traditionally been a headache to plan, with conflicting opinions and complicated tables of information. Now you can plan in minutes what used to take hours. Let the Garden Planner advise you and enjoy the benefits of working with nature!
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Companion Planting Guide for Vegetables The Companion Planting Guide for Vegetables has been updated this year! Additional evidence reveals which vegetables, herbs and flowers should be planted together for a better harvest. Wondering which plants should be paired with tomatoes, onions, carrots & other crops? See...
Companion Planting Flowers With Vegetables Planting flowers in the vegetable garden will deter pests and add beauty. Learn more in this video about the benefits of companion planting with flowers—and discover the best flowers to grow.
How to Grow Scented Geraniums It’s only January, but already I’m tired of looking out at a bleak sheet of white. Luckily, I have some plants that are a sensory delight all year ‘round—scented geraniums.