Companion Planting and Interplanting Quick Reference Table

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Companion Planting and Interplanting Quick Reference Table

  1. 1. Companion Planting & Interplanting Quick Reference Table A quick reference guide to enable you to plant your crops without causing harm or disharmony in your garden. Asparagus Bean - Bush Bean - Pole Beets Broccoli * Cabbage * Carrots Cauliflower Celery Corn Cucumbers Eggplants ** Lettuce Melons Onions Peas Peppers ** Potatoes Pumpkins Radishes Spinach Squash Strawberries Tomatoes ** HERBS Basil * Dill Garlic Mint Oregano Parsley Rosemary Sage Summer Savory Tarragon Thyme FLOWERS Asters, Cosmos and Zinnias are great annual companion plants! Marigolds, French Marigolds, Mexican NasturtiumBad Companion PetuniasGood Companion Sunflowers goinlupi.com Tansy ** Copyright © Goin’ Lupi, LLC * Warning: Basil will not grow near Rue! 2011 ** Tansy is a must have NEAR any garden; however, watch out! Tansy is a perennial that can be very invasive and shade a large area.
  2. 2. Companion planting & Interplanting Quick Reference Table (Page 2) Asparagus Bean - Bush Bean - Pole Beets Broccoli * Cabbage * Carrots Cauliflower Celery Corn Cucumbers Eggplants ** Lettuce Melons Onions Peas Peppers ** Potatoes Pumpkins Radishes Spinach Squash Strawberries Tomatoes **Bad CompanionGood Companion Asparagus Beans - Bush Beans - Pole Beets Broccoli * Cabbage * Carrots Cauliflower Celery Corn Cucumbers Eggplants ** Lettuce Melons Onions Peas Peppers ** Potatoes Pumpkins Radishes Spinach Squash Strawberries Tomatoes *** Broccoli and Cabbage are allelopaths that can inhibit the growth of other nearby plants. Make sure to follow this planting table and DO NOT till into the soil at seasons end.** Warning: For 2 to 3 years, DO NOT plant tomatoes, peppers or eggplants where either tomatoes, peppers or eggplants have grown! Ex. Tomatoes cannot be planted where pepperswere planted the previous year. www.goinlupi.com | PO Box 45917 Madison, Wisconsin 53744 | 608-274-1674 | info@goinlupi.com | Copyright © Goin’ Lupi, LLC 2011

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