Companion Planting can be a confusing business. It takes a while to get your head around companion plant combinations that work and don’t work together. Some plants work better with others and some are a terrible combination and they both struggle. Here are some well known combinations that work and you should aim for, or don’t and you should avoid.
About the Author
- Dana Thompson
I am a homeschooling mama of 3 in the South of New Zealand. We moved to our 10 acres in May 2016, and are working on getting the place properly set up. We have dogs, a semi-friendly feral cat, a dairy goat, 3 lambs, a calf, meat rabbits and chooks so far.
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