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Companion Planting: A Comprehensive Infographic

A few minutes of planning can greatly increase the health and bounty of your next planting project! 

 

We often refer gardeners to our companion planting tables to help get the most out of their gardens.  Here's a nice graphical alternative! (click on the image for full-resolution!)Companion planting infograhic for organic gardeningThis infographic is from http://afristarfoundation.org/educational-resources/

Afristar Foundation develops educational resources for schools, community programs and adult education in the form posters, educational documentaries and informational booklets. We make use of accessible media to illustrate techniques and principles of sustainability and to spread information in a manner that is fun, colorful and easy to understand.  To learn more visit http://afristarfoundation.org/

 

For more detailed recommendations on companion planting with vegetables, herbs, or flowers, see the Garden Tower Project companion planting tables page.

 

www.gardentowerproject.com

 





The following tables offer valuable insights for plant selection and design in a Garden Tower or conventional garden. 


Determine what plant(s) you would like to grow, check the table to learn which companion plants will help your desired plant thrive and which plants you should avoid planting adjacent to it!  Don't be intimidated, it's simpler than it looks!

- See more at: http://www.gardentowerproject.com/news/gardening-ideas-recommendations/why-how-to-companion-plant#sthash.8BWT4HaP.dpuf

 


The following tables offer valuable insights for plant selection and design in a Garden Tower or conventional garden. 


Determine what plant(s) you would like to grow, check the table to learn which companion plants will help your desired plant thrive and which plants you should avoid planting adjacent to it!  Don't be intimidated, it's simpler than it looks!

- See more at: http://www.gardentowerproject.com/news/gardening-ideas-recommendations/why-how-to-companion-plant#sthash.8BWT4HaP.dpuf


The following tables offer valuable insights for plant selection and design in a Garden Tower or conventional garden. 


Determine what plant(s) you would like to grow, check the table to learn which companion plants will help your desired plant thrive and which plants you should avoid planting adjacent to it!  Don't be intimidated, it's simpler than it looks!

- See more at: http://www.gardentowerproject.com/news/gardening-ideas-recommendations/why-how-to-companion-plant#sthash.8BWT4HaP.dpuf
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