Companion Planting Chart

Companion Planting can surely increase the harvest of your vegetable garden. It’s amazing how much.

By companion planting you can improve the health of your plants, keep bugs away and attract pollinators.

Keeping the bugs away with companion planting lets you garden without the use of toxic pesticides.

It is a must for Organic Gardening.

Companion Planting has really helped me with Vegetable Gardening in a cooler climate. I have found that it really does make a difference on the yield of your crops.

VegetableLikesDislikesTips
Asparagus
Asparagus
Parsley
Tomato
Basil
Tomatoes will protect against the asparagus beetle.
When Parsley an asparagus are planted together they will both do better.
Turnip
Turnip
Peas
Radishes
MustardDo not rotate with the Cabbage Family.
Tomatoes

Tomato
Chives
Onion
Parsley
Marigold
Carrot
Potatoes
Fennel
Cabbage Family
Tomatoes like to be planted in the same spot year after year. Tomatoes like lots of water. Water from below and mulch
Spinach
Spinach
StrawberriesSpinach does very well when planted with strawberries
Radish
Radish
Beets
Spinach
Carrots
Kohlrabi
Bush Bean
Pole Beans
HyssopDo not rotate your radish crop with any of the Cabbage family.
Early radishes can be planted to mark the rows of beets, spinach, and carrots
Peas
Peas
Onions
Turnips
Radishes
Cucumber
Corn
Beans
Potatoes
Wood ashes around the pea vine will help to control aphids.
Onions
Onions
The Cabbage Family
Beets
Lettuce
Strawberries
Tomatoes
Peas and BeansOnion Maggots travel from plant to plant so plant your onions throughout your garden.
Lettuce
Strawberries
Cucumbers
Carrots
Radishes
Lettuce needs cool weather and moisture. Seeds will not germinate if it's to hot.
Kohlrabi
Kohlrabi
Onions
Beets
Cucumber
Tomatoes
Strawberries,
Pole Beans
Needs good compost, lots of
water and filtered sunlight
Cucumber
Cucumber
Beans
Peas
Radishes
Sunflower
PotatoesRadishes will protect against the cucumber beetle. Leave them to
grow and go to seed.
Corn
Corn
Potatoes
Peas
Beans
Cucumber
Squash
Tomatoes
Cauliflower
cauliflower
Tomatoes
Strawberries
Celery grown nearby will repel the white cabbage butterfly
Carrot
Carrot
Tomatoe
Lettuce
Chives
Onions
Leeks
Radishes
Rosemary
Sage
DillOnions, Leeks, Rosemary and Sage help repel the carrot fly
Cabbage
Cabbage
Cauliflower
Kale
Turnip
Brussel Sprouts
Kohlrabi
Tomatoes
Strawberries
Pole Beans
Hyssop and Thyme help repel the white cabbage butterfly. Plant with plenty of compost and rotate your crops every two years
Broccoli
Broccoli
Dill
Celery
Sage
Beets
Potatoes
Onions
Tomatoes
Strawberries
Pole Beans
Beets
Beets
Bush Beans
Onions
Kohlrabi
Lettuce
Cabbage
Pole Beans
Beets and Kohlrabi are great together. Try a row alternating beets and kohlrabi
Beans
Beans
Corn
Strawberries
Radishes
Beets
Onion Family - shallots
Chives
Garlic
Fennel
Marigolds and Summer Savory help to repel the bean beetle

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