Companion Planting: Vegetables. Part 2
This is the second part of the basic rules of creating a companion vegetable garden, that would allow you to take advantage of these useful and beneficial relationships. Companion planting vegetables can provide huge benefits to both plants when planted together. Companion planting is a very practical way to increase your gardening efficiency. For almost everything you grow, there are vegetables (and other plants) that you can put alongside it to provide benefits and encourage healthier plants. By growing certain vegetables together (and avoiding planting other “unfriendly” vegetables nearby), you can utilize the properties of companion plants to have healthier vegetation and receive higher yields.Today we’ll talk about cauliflower, tomatoes, celery, eggplant, chayote, cucumber, horseradish, and onion.