Carrots Love Tomatoes: Secrets of Companion Planting for Successful Gardening
Plant parsley and asparagus together and you’ll have more of each, but keep broccoli and tomato plants far apart if you want them to thrive. Utilize the natural properties of plants to nourish the soil, repel pests, and secure a greater harvest. With plenty of insightful advice and suggestions for planting schemes, Louise Riotte will inspire you to turn your garden into a naturally nurturing ecosystem.
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Cabbage (Brassicaceae) The cabbage family includes not only cabbage but
cauliflower, kale, kohlrabi, broccoli, collards, and Brussels sprouts — even
rutabaga and turnip. While each plant of this group has been developed in a
special way, ...
Cauliflower (Brassicaceae) The white cabbage butterfly (Pieris rapae) is repelled
if celery plants are grown near the cauliflower, but cauliflower does not like
tomatoes or strawberries. Extract from cauliflower seeds inactivates the bacteria ...
I find that celery cabbage grows well, making enormous heads, if planted in my
fall garden about two feet apart. I alternate the plants in the row with Brussels
sprouts or cauliflower. CORN 15 Celery cabbage has few insect enemies but
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Great Companion AdviseUser Review - Leroy M. - Overstock.com
This book will explain what to grow or not grow together. It works and has kept me from having to use so much pesticide and has helped with my bumper crops. Well worth having for planting advise. Read full review
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Great book on companion planting great small reference book Good information. Read full review