Companion Planting: Vegetables. Part 3
As you know, planting different types of vegetables close to each other can boost growth, repel pests, and even improve the flavor of your harvest. In addition to the benefits to your plants, companion planting uses your garden space more efficiently, allowing you to harvest more varieties in a given space. Today we’ll focus on squash, pepper, leek, kale, sweet potato, spinach, lettuce, parsley, watermelon, and pea. Discover the third part of the basic rules of creating a companion vegetable garden, that allows you to take advantage of these useful and beneficial relationships.