Choosing what to plant together for the happiest, healthiest garden is called “companion planting.” Companion planting is the practice of growing plants next to each other for mutual benefit.
This can happen because a companion attracts beneficial or repels harmful insects, or because the natural chemicals found in or produced by a plant improve flavor or growth.
I have scoured the web for lists of what each vegetable likes and dislikes, put it all into a color-coded chart, and here you go!
- Download the file here.
- Look in the top row for the vegetable you are interested in.
- The column of vegetables underneath is color coded.
- Red is bad, yellow is good, green is best
Try it out and let me know how it works for you!