Companion Planting Information and Chart – The Permaculture Research Institute

It’s never too late to start a garden, but you have to arm yourself with knowledge first if you are like me and you don’t have an elder family member to go to who grew up gardening. We’ve gone from a nation of vegetable gardeners, who would never starve provided we have land and seed, to a nation full of lemming-like simpletons who don’t know what to do if left to our own devices. We’ve lost valuable knowledge in the course of a hundred years and now we must seek it out. Below is an excerpt from a good website about companion plants, this is extremely important for a successful garden. Are you ready to get dirty?

An updated chart of basic companion plants we’ve grown successfully over the years We recently received an e-mail from a gentleman in China looking for… … what plants you may have in your garden that you can transplant next to your rose or your apple tree to see how they nurture each other over time. As a result I thought I would post our own updated list of companion plants […]

Source: Companion Planting Information and Chart – The Permaculture Research Institute

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One response to this post.

  1. Posted by Maureen Brooks on April 2, 2016 at 7:27 am

    Thank you for posting this. Hope you and your family are well and loving your new place!

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