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Effective Companion Planting Combinations

LSweeney_moderator | Posted in Mid-Atlantic Gardening on

Do you have any favorite companion planting combinations? I always plant nasturtiums with zucchini to deter squash bugs and tomatoes with basil to ward off hornworms. Check out this article for some great ideas!

Companion Planting Is Not a Myth


  1. Carol_Collins | | #1

    This year a butterfly milkweed (Asclepias tuberosa, Zones 3-9) planted itself in the middle of a row of tomatoes. It attracts all kinds of pollinators, and some of them go on to check out the tomato flowers. This companion planting was a happy accident that seems to be working out well!

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