Companion Planting

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Plants grow stronger together and are happier & healthier in the company of other plants. Companion plants are perfect for plugging gaps in your garden, in turn protecting the soil, keeping the weeds down and even reducing the need for watering – all good organic techniques. The variety of companion plants is vast. Some act as decoys, providing fragrance to throw off pests off; some act as nurse species, allowing other plants to flourish; some make the ultimate sacrifice by providing food to pests that would otherwise attack our more precious plants. Overall, however, compan. . . Show More >

Plants grow stronger together and are happier & healthier in the company of other plants. Companion plants are perfect for plugging gaps in your garden, in turn protecting the soil, keeping the weeds down and even reducing the need for watering – all good organic techniques. The variety of companion plants is vast. Some act as decoys, providing fragrance to throw off pests off; some act as nurse species, allowing other plants to flourish; some make the ultimate sacrifice by providing food to pests that would otherwise attack our more precious plants. Overall, however, companion plants are essential to a healthy growing space.

We recommend looking for companion plants such as borage for bees; fennel for hoverflies and larvae; poached egg plant for greenfly; marigolds to confuse the carrot fly; mint as a natural pest repellent; and thyme around roses to prevent blackfly. Another good tip is to create a “companion corridor”, which will create a brilliant level of protection from the pest mentioned above.


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Plants grow stronger together and are happier & healthier in the company of other plants. Companion plants are perfect for plugging gaps in your garden, in turn protecting the soil, keeping the weeds down and even reducing the need for watering – all good organic techniques. The variety of companion plants is vast. Some act as de. . . Show More >

Plants grow stronger together and are happier & healthier in the company of other plants. Companion plants are perfect for plugging gaps in your garden, in turn protecting the soil, keeping the weeds down and even reducing the need for watering – all good organic techniques. The variety of companion plants is vast. Some act as decoys, providing fragrance to throw off pests off; some act as nurse species, allowing other plants to flourish; some make the ultimate sacrifice by providing food to pests that would otherwise attack our more precious plants. Overall, however, companion plants are essential to a healthy growing space.

We recommend looking for companion plants such as borage for bees; fennel for hoverflies and larvae; poached egg plant for greenfly; marigolds to confuse the carrot fly; mint as a natural pest repellent; and thyme around roses to prevent blackfly. Another good tip is to create a “companion corridor”, which will create a brilliant level of protection from the pest mentioned above.


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Plants grow stronger together and are happier & healthier in the company of other plants. Companion plants are perfect for plugging gaps in your garden, in turn protecting the soil, keeping the weeds down and even reducing the need for watering – all good organic techniques. The variety of companion plants is vast. Some act as decoys, providing fragrance to throw off pests off; some act as nurse species, allowing other plants to flourish; some make the ultimate sacrifice by providing food to pests that would otherwise attack our more precious plants. Overall, however, companion plants are essential to a healthy growing space.

We recommend looking for companion plants such as borage for bees; fennel for hoverflies and larvae; poached egg plant for greenfly; marigolds to confuse the carrot fly; mint as a natural pest repellent; and thyme around roses to prevent blackfly. Another good tip is to create a “companion corridor”, which will create a brilliant level of protection from the pest mentioned above.

Plants grow stronger together and are happier & healthier in the company of other plants. Companion plants are perfect for plugging gaps in your garden, in turn protecting the soil, keeping the weeds down and even reducing the need for watering – all good organic techniques. The variety of companion plants is vast. Some act as decoys, providing fragrance to throw off pests off; some act as nurse species, allowing other plants to flourish; some make the ultimate sacrifice by providing food to pests that would otherwise attack our more precious plants. Overall, however, companion plants are essential to a healthy growing space.

We recommend looking for companion plants such as borage for bees; fennel for hoverflies and larvae; poached egg plant for greenfly; marigolds to confuse the carrot fly; mint as a natural pest repellent; and thyme around roses to prevent blackfly. Another good tip is to create a “companion corridor”, which will create a brilliant level of protection from the pest mentioned above.

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