In case you're wondering what to plant in your garden next year, here is a cool chart with lots of companion planting tips! Too bad raspberries aren't on here, but they did really well this year with my tomatoes and cucumbers.
Companion plants grow in a symbiotic relationship to each other, enhancing the growth and success of both plants. It *sounds fancy, but it's easy to incorporate into a vegetable garden, even for beginners. Help your homestead thrive!
Companion plants for peppers - companion planting utilizes space and optimizes the health, flavor and yield of plants. Plant peppers with: tomatoes, parsley, basil, marigolds, geraniums, carrots, garlic and onions. These plants grow well together and actually benefit one another. Do not plant peppers with beans or kohlrabi - If planted in the same garden leave 4 feet or more spacing between plants.
The lovely starry flowers of borage look gorgeous in a border, but this is a herb with a lot more to offer than good looks; It is easy to grow, a fantastic companion plant for strawberries, tomatoes and squash, a great snack for chickens and beloved of bees, learn how to grow it here.....