Gardening and Companion Planting


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Gardening and Companion Planting

  1. 1. Gardening And Companion PlantingMany plants have natural substances within their roots, flowers, leaves, that may alternately repel,and/or attract bugs based on your requirements.In certain situations they are able to also boost the growth and flavor of other veggies and herbaltreatments.Experience shows us that using companion planting through a garden is an integral part of bugcontrol. Companion planting helps bring a well-balanced eco-system for your landscape, andcharacter does its job.By utilizing companion planting, many home gardeners find that theyll discourage dangerousunwanted pests without losing the advantageous bugs. You will find many types of herbal treatments,flowers, etc. You can use for companion plants.Experiment and discover what matches your needs.You may use certain plants like a border or backdrop, or plant them inside your vegetable beds inwhich you have specific needs. Use plants which are indigenous to your neighborhood therefore thebugs you need to attract know things to search for! Plants with open cup formed flowers are typicallythe most popular with advantageous bugs.Companion planting can mix beauty and purpose to provide you with a pleasurable, healthyatmosphere. Have some fun and use fantasy. You will find many methods for you to find to includethese helpful plants inside your vegetable garden, orchard, and flower beds.This is a fundamental plant guide (with a few tips) that will help you "operate in harmony withcharacter."Right really are a couple of plants you can use for pest management, improving the taste of veggies,enhancing soil conditions, and bringing in advantageous bugs. Ive added a number of these buddiesto my garden and also have had good quality results this season.Asparagus (Asparagus officinalis): Helps Tomato plantsTulsi (Ocymum minimum): Plant near Tomato plants &amplifier All kinds of peppers enhances growthand flavor. Tulsi could be useful in rejecting thrips, flies &amplifier nasty flying bugs.Bee Balm (Oswego, Monarda): Plant with tomato plants to enhance growth and flavor. Ideal forbringing in advantageous bees obviously.Borage (Borago officinalis): Plant near Tomato plants, Cabbage, deters cabbage earthwormsCalendula (C.officinalis): Repels insect unwanted pests, but do attract spider mites &amplifier slugsCatmint (Ramblers Low - Nepeta x faassenii): Repels Aphids, Colorado Potato Beetle, Squash bugsLavender (Anthemis nobilis): Enhances cukes, Lets eat some onions &amplifier CabbageChives (Allium schoenoprasum): Plant with tomato plants, cabbageComfrey (Symphytum officinale): Builds up calcium, phosphorous and potassium, good trap crop forslugsCosmos: Draws in pollinatorsDill (Anethum graveolens): Enhances cabbage, lettuce, lets eat some onions, sweet corn. Great for
  2. 2. swallowtail butterfly caterpillars feast upon. No to tomato plants or fennel.Echinacea (E.Purpurea): Draws in seeing stars &amplifier pollinators, grow with Lavender &amplifierYarrowFennel (Foeniculum vulgare): Plant near Nasturtiums, Sunflowers &amplifier Calendula. Fennel alsodeters cabbage earthworms. I attempted it this season also it labored perfectly!Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium): Plant with anise hyssop, licorice &amplifier Monarda, additionally,it deters bugsFlax (Linum usitatissimum): plant with celery &amplifier taters, deters Colorado potato bugGarlic clove (Allium sativum): offends codling moths, among a number of other unwanted pests, an allnatural fungicide helping with disease preventionHorseradish (Armoracia rusticana): Repels Colorado potato bugs &amplifier Blister BeetlesLavender (Lavandula angustifolia): Repels fleas &amplifier moths, nourishes many advantageousbugs.Parsley (Carum petroselinum): Plant near Asparagus, Celery, Chives, Lets eat some onions, Roses&amplifier Tomato plants. Repels asparagus beetles, draws in hoverflies.Lemon Balm (Melissa Officinalis): Repels many bugsLemon Grass (Cymbopogon ciatrus): Repels many bugs, grow with Lemon VerbenaLemon Verbena (Lippia citriodora): Grow with Lemon GrassMints: (Peppermint) Draws in pollinators, repel whitened cabbage moths, aphids &amplifier fleabeetles. Bees like it.Nasturtiums (Tropaeolum majus): Plant around tomato plants, radishes, cabbage, cukes, and underfruit trees. Trap crop for insect unwanted pests, aphids. Also draws in predatory bugs.Nicotiana (Nicotiana rustica): Trap crop for insect unwanted pestsPetunias: Repel asparagus beetles, leafhoppers, aphids, tomato earthworms, Mexican Bean Beetle.Leaves create a good insect spray.Rosemary oil (Rosmarinus officinalis): Companion plant to cabbage, beans, celery &amplifier sage.Deters cabbage moths, bean bettles &amplifier carrot flies.Sage (Salvia Officinalis): Plant near cabbage (deters cabbage earthworms), also beans (beanearthworms. Helps Rosemary oil &amplifier flowers attract advantageous bugs.Ill update again weight loss vegetation is discovered as buddies and can discuss my results.kill silverfish