Companion Plants - Cultivating Community
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  • 1. Companion PlantsVegetable Companions Adversaries (plants that improve growth) (plant that hinders growth)Cabbage or Mustard Family (Cruciferae/ Brassicaceae)Broccoli Beets, carrot, celery, cucumber, dill, kale, lettuce, Beans, strawberries mint, nasturtiums, Onion Family, oregano, potato, peppermint, rosemary, sage, spinach, Swiss chardBrussels Beets, bush beans, carrot, celery, cucumbers, Pole beans, strawberries, kohlrabisprouts lettuce, nasturtiums, Onion Family, peas, tomato, radish, spinachCabbage Beets, bush beans, carrot, celery, cucumber, dill, Strawberries kale, lettuce, mint, nasturtiums, Onion Family, potato, rosemary, sage, spinach, thymeCauliflower Beet, bush bean, carrot, celery, cucumber, dill, kale, Strawberries lettuce, mint, nasturtiums, Onion Family, potato, rosemary, sage, spinachHorse- PotatoradishKale Beets, bush beans, cabbage, celery, cucumber, Wild mustard lettuce, marigolds, nasturtiums, onion, potato, sage, spinachKohlrabi Beets, bush beans, celery, cucumbers, lettuce, Pole beans, strawberries nasturtiums, onion, potato, sageRadish Beans, Cabbage Family, carrots, corn, cucumbers , Hyssop lettuce, melon, nasturtiums, parsnips, peas, spinach, Squash Family, sweet potatoTurnip Onion Family, peas Hedge mustard, potatoesGoosefoot Family (Chenipodiaceae)Spinach Beans, Cabbage Family, celery, lettuce, onion, peas, radish, strawberriesBeet Bush beans, Cabbage Family, corn, leeks, lettuce, Pole beans kohlrabi, Onion Family, radishSwiss chard cabbage, carrots, lettuce, onion, peas Pole beansNightshade Family (Solanaceae)Eggplant Bush beans, marigolds, Nightshade Family, peasPepper Carrots, eggplant, onion, tomatoPotato Bush beans, Cabbage Family, corn, eggplant, horse- Tomato, sunflower, squash, radish, marigolds, nasturtiums, parsnip, peas pumpkins, cucumbers
  • 2. Tomato Asparagus, basil, bush beans, carrots, celery, Corn, potatoes, fennel, Cabbage cucumbers, marigolds, nasturtiums, Onion Family, Family parsley, peppersOnion or Lily Family (Liliaceae)Chives Carrots, fruit trees, grapes, lettuce, tomato Beans and peasGarlic Celery, onion, raspberries Beans and peasLeek Carrot, celery, onion, parsley Beans and peasOnion Beets, Cabbage Family, carrots, chamomile, Asparagus, bean, corn, peas, sage kohlrabi, leek, lettuce, parsnip, pepper, strawberry, spinach, tomato, turnipParsley or Carrot Family (Umbelliferae / Apiaceae)Carrot Beans, chives, cilantro, leeks, lettuce, Onion Dill Family, parsley, peas, pepper, radishes, rosemary, sage, tomatoCelery Bush beans, Cabbage Family, leeks, nasturtiums, Carrots, parsnips onion, parsley, peas, squash, tomatoPea or Legume Family (Fabaceae)Bush bean Celery, corn, cucumbers, strawberries Sunflower, fennel, garlic, Onion Family, basilPole bean Carrots, cauliflower, corn, eggplant, marigolds, Sunflower, fennel, garlic, Onion nasturtiums, peas , potatoes, radish Family, basilPea Aromatic herbs, carrots, celery, corn, cucumbers, Onion Family, potato eggplant, parsley, radishes, spinach, squash, turnipsSquash or Gourd Family (Cucurbitaceae)Cantaloupe CornCucumber Beans, Cabbage Family, corn, leeks, nasturtiums, Potato, aromatic herbs onion, peas, radish, sunflowers, tomatoPumpkin Corn, eggplant, marigold, melon, nasturtiums, Potato oregano, radish, squashSquash Borage, celery, corn, dill, marigold, melon, Potato nasturtiums, onion, pumpkin, radishWatermelon Morning glory PotatoPlease note: Much information about companion planting comes from gardening folklore; fewcompanion planting interactions have actually been researched. Try these suggestions in your garden andsee how they work for you!Source: http://porchsidegardening.wordpress.com/2010/07/02/a-table-of-companion-plants/