When it comes to gardening, think of your vegetable patch as a team effort. This companion planting printable shows what herbs, fruits, and vegetables you should plant together, and which plants should stay far away from each other!

When it comes to gardening, think of your vegetable patch as a team effort. This companion planting printable shows what herbs, fruits, and vegetables you should plant together, and which plants should stay far away from each other!

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.

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.

Carrots Love Tomatoes: Companion Planting for a Healthy Garden - Organic Gardening - MOTHER EARTH NEWS

Carrots Love Tomatoes: Companion Planting for a Healthy Garden - Organic Gardening - MOTHER EARTH NEWS

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 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!

Marigold And Tomato Companion Planting: Do Marigolds And Tomatoes Grow Well Together -  Marigolds are appreciated for much more than their beauty; marigold and tomato companion planting is a tried and true technique used by gardeners for hundreds of years. What are the benefits of growing these together? Click here to find out.

Marigold And Tomato Companion Planting: Do Marigolds And Tomatoes Grow Well Together - Marigolds are appreciated for much more than their beauty; marigold and tomato companion planting is a tried and true technique used by gardeners for hundreds of years. What are the benefits of growing these together? Click here to find out.

Companion plants for tomatoes include Basil, Oregano, Parsley, Carrots, Marigold, Geraniums, Petunias, Borage, any type of Onion or Chives.

Companion plants for tomatoes include Basil, Oregano, Parsley, Carrots, Marigold, Geraniums, Petunias, Borage, any type of Onion or Chives.

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