List of Companion Plants for the Vegetable Garden

Companion plants in vegetable garden.

Companion plants are a clever and effective way to encourage the growth and health of vegetables in your garden.

Among other things, they are good for pest control, soil improvement, space optimization, and nutrient enrichment.

By carefully planning and choosing the right plant combinations, you can not only increase yields, but also develop a more sustainable and natural cultivation method.

Here is a list of some plants that grow well together for the vegetable garden.

AsparagusTomato, Parsley, Basil
BeansMost Herbs & VegetabesOnion
CabbageAromatic Herbs, Celery, Beets, Onion Family, Chamomile, Spinach, ChardStrawberries, Tomato, Dill
CarrotsPeas, Lettuce, Onion, Sage, TomatoDill
CeleryNasturtium, Onion, Cabbage, Tomato
CucumberBeans, Peas, Sunflower, RaddishAromatic Herbs, Potato
LettuceCarrot, Radish, Strawberry, Cucumber
OnionsBeets, Carrot, Lettuce, CabbageBeans, Peas
ParsleyTomato, Asparagus
PeasCarrots, Raddish, Turnip, Cucumber, Beans,Onions, Potato
PotatoBeans, Cabbage, Horseraddish, MarigoldsSunflower, Cucumber, Tomato
RaddishPeas, Nasturtium, Lettuce, CucumberHyssop
SpinachStrawberry, Faba Bean
TomatoOnion, Marigold, Asparagus, Carrot, Parsley, CucumberCabbage, fennel, Potato
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