Companion Planting Chart {Free Printable}

Not sure which plants can go next to each other in your vegetable garden?

Use companion planting to bring herbs and beneficial flowers right into your vegetable garden.

By using companion planting in your herb garden or vegetable garden you can:

  • Reduce pest pressure by repelling the bugs that eat your plant babies!
  • Bring pollinators right into your garden. More pollinators = more fruit.
  • Use neighboring plants to supply needed nutrients to their friends.
  • Avoid planting plants next to each other that will inhibit each others growth.

My colour coded, easy to read companion planting chart tells you clearly which plants are good friends, best friends and which ones you need to keep apart.

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Companion planting is an organic gardeners best friend and secret weapon.

It's time you bring that power into your garden!