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Garlic companion plants

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Find out which fruit and vegetables should and shouldn’t be planted together with our companion planting chart for some of the most popular garden foods!

Find out which fruit and vegetables should and shouldn’t be planted together with our companion planting chart for some of the most popular garden foods!

Companion planting is a great way to control pests, and improve pollination and garden productivity.

Super easy to follow Companion planting guide & free printable companion planting chart is guaranteed to make gardening fun and stress free

DIRECT DOWNLOAD_Colorful Companion Planting by kawaiilulu on Etsy

COMPANION PLANTING CHART: A VISUAL GUIDE TO HELP YOU PLAN YOUR ORGANIC GARDEN —WHAT YOU GET— • 100% original illustrations • Direct-Download PDF File • 11" x 17" • High-Resolution / Full-Color • For PERSONAL or EDUCATIONAL use only. • NOT FOR REPRODUCTION and/or RESELL. • Please do NOT post/share your hi-res file on public domains. FRIEND or FOE??? Not all flowers and vegetables will play nicely with one another! Whether or not you are new to the concept of companion planting, you are bound…

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companion plants and reviving dead soil (permaculture forum at permies)

I'm designing a polyculture mix of companion plants to enhance and restore soils while still providing a food source to eat or sell. Any ideas on either are greatly welcome.