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Garden Companions - Grow Salem, Oregon

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Garden Companions - Grow Salem, Oregon

Garden Companions - Grow Salem, Oregon

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  • 1. Garden CompanionsCropAsparagus Basil, parsley, tomatoEggplant BeansBeans Brassicas (broccoli, Brussels Onions, garlic sprouts), carrot, celery, cucumber, potato, most herbsChards Most beans, onions, garlic, kholrabi Runner beansBrassicas(broccoli, Chards, celery, dill, onions, garlic, Runner beans, strawberry, tomatobrussel sprouts) peas, potatoCarrot Chives, leek, lettuce, onion, garlic, Dill peas, tomatoCelery Brassicas, beans, leek, tomatoCucumbers Beans, peas, radish, sunflower, Potato sweet cornKholrabi Chards, cucumber Potato, runner beans, tomatoLeek Carrot, celery, onion, garlicLettuce Carrot, cucumber, radishOnion and garlic Chards, lettuce, strawberryPea Beans, carrot, cucumber, radish, sweet corn, turnipPotato Beans, brassicas, peas, sweet corn Cucumber, sunflower, tomatoRadish Cucumber, lettuceSpinach Almost everythingStrawberry Beans, lettuce, spinach BrassicasSunflower Cucumber, sweet corn PotatoSweet corn Beans, cucumbers, peas, potato, sunflowerTomato Asparagus, basil, carrot, onions, Brassicas, potato, kohlrabi garlic, parsleyTurnip Peas Taken from book “Good Companions – A guide to Gardening ith Plants that Help Each Other” by Bob Flowerdew

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