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Mix & Match Guide to Companion Planting

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We have always had a garden. There’s just nothing like going out in the backyard to pick your own tomatos or corn. I love freezing bell peppers so we can enjoy them all winter long. We have a regular pattern of what we plant and how we line the rows. But the Mix & Match Guide to Companion Planting offers another perspective to my way of planting a garden. Instead of just planting by height or following the pattern we’ve done for years, maybe there is a reason to mix and match the vegetables and flowers to give them a boost in nutrients and help deter pests the natural way.

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Mix & Match Guide to Companion Planting

The Mix & Match Guide to Companion Planting: An Easy, Organic Way to Deter Pests, Prevent Disease, Improve Flavor, and Increase Yields in Your Vegetable Gardenis intended to help you find your base crop and then figure out the best plants that will work together to help each variety thrive. Some crops provide shade for other young plants or help keep weeds at bay while also bringing in the best insects for pollination.

The book has a color coded system that will help you determine what should be planted beside other plants. There is alot of information to help gardeners learn about the soil and how to plant the right crops at the right time.

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With its unique split-page mix-and match system, The Mix & Match Guide to Companion Planting is a colorful visual gardening guide to which vegetables, fruits, and herbs grow best with one another, and which do not.

The age-old practice of companion planting is an effective way to create healthier, happier, more productive gardens simply by placing the right plants next to each other. It is an ingenious, all-natural method to control pests, disease, and weeds without the need for chemicals. With its unique split-page mix-and-match system, this colorful, visual guide makes it fast and easy for you to choose which vegetables, fruits, and herbs grow best with one another, and which do not. All you have to do is select your desired crop from the extensive plant directory, flip the strips, match the dots, and get ready for your vegetable garden to flourish!

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Do you plan your garden like this on purpose? What combinations have you found that work best in your backyard garden? I’d love to hear.

I received this book from Waterbrook Multnomah Publishing. No monetary compensation was received.

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