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Companion Planting - Growing Without Digging

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Companion Planting - Growing Without Digging

Companion Planting - Growing Without Digging

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  • 1. Companion PlantingEsther Dean’s Gardening Book Growing Without Digging, Harper and Row (Australasia) 1977Plant Likes Dislikesasparagus parsley, tomatoesbroad beans carrots, cauliflower, onion family beetroots, cucumber, cabbage, potatoes, leeks, celerydwarf and climbing peas sweet corn onion family, shallots, gingerbeetroots climbing beans, swarf beanscabbage potatoes, herbs especially sage which also helps to repel pestscarrots chives, onions, leeks, sage, peas, lettucecelery dwarf beans, peas, potato, dillcucumber chives, beans, peas, cabbage potatoesgarlic beans, peasKohlrabi (turnip rooted cabbage) onions, beetroots climbing beansleeks celerylettuce carrots, radishesonions carrotsparsley asparagus, tomatoespeas turnips, beans, sweet corn, onion family radishes, carrots, cucumberspotatoes beans, peas, sweet corn, tomatoes, sunflowers cabbageradish most plants in the gardentomatoes parsley, asparagus, basil kohlrabi, potatoesSwedes & turnips - same as peas - same as peas

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