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Companion Planting for a Healthy Garden

Companion planting infographic - Tractor Supply Co.

Companion Planting is a great way to make your garden even more efficient. Grouping certain plants together helps improve taste and bolster growth, and certain vegetables and flowers are highly effective at organically preventing weeds and pests from invading your garden.


All natural pest control, fertilization and weed reduction - that's what can happen when you grow the right plants together. 


Check out this handy infographic on Companion Planting and help your garden or backyard fruit trees thrive!


Basil & Chives

Improves the flavor and growth of apples, berries, carrots, grapes and roses.  Plus they also keep away aphids and Japanese beetles.



Plant near cabbage, berries, fruit, trees abd roses to keep aphids and Japanese beetles at bay.



Plant near beets, carrots, chamomile, lettuce and parsnips to deter most pests, particularly maggots.



Great near all garden crops, it stimulates vegetable growth and deters bean beetles, aphids, potato bugs, squash bugs, nematodes, and maggots.



Stimulates the growth of cover crops, fruit trees, grapes and legumes.


Opposites Attact

Grow deep-rooted plants and shallow-rooted plants together; scented plants and unscented plants make great companions; and leafy greens are best with root veggies.