Do you really know what a tomato tastes like? Have you ever tasted a freshly grown pea or carrot, straight from the garden? Companion Planting allows the opportunity to create a natural, organic gardening environment right in your back yard. With rising prices and the importance of eating nutritional valuable food, it is best to get your hands into the soil. Use this easy-to-use step-by-step guide to help you achieve a healthy organic vegetable garden with companion planting.
What is Companion Planting
- Companion planting is the art and science of growing groups of vegetables, herbs and flowers. Create a flourishing vegetable garden that doesn't use pesticides and chemicals to control pests. Vegetable gardening with companion planting is eco-friendly. Get your boots on - get ready for the companion planting revolution!
Benefits of using Companion Planting
- Growing a garden provides you with fresh organic food. Your health will improve as your garden feeds your immune system. The more you use the companion planting guide the better your yields from your vegetable garden will be. The more organic food you have to eat, the healthier you will feel.
- Healthy people need healthy plants to keep them feeling good. Natural pest control through companion planting herbs in the organic garden is the best way to achieve plant health and stability in the garden.
- Using the Companion Planting book will help guide you to grow the best crops in your own vegetable garden. Plus you get exercise when you work in the garden. Companion planting techniques help to discover what plants have to offer when planted in the right combinations. Organic techniques benefit the soil, the environment and your personal health.
Save time and money using Companion Planting
- Save time, energy and expenditure because everything is growing on your doorstep. You will not having to go shopping for fresh produce all the time. Gardeners know that nothing in the world beats home-grown food.
- Be environmentally friendly by using Companion planting when you build your vegetable garden. Your garden will be free of artificial additives. Learn to use natural pest control methods. Some plants improve the soil and keep pests away. Healthy soil equals healthy plants. Healthy plants equal healthy humans.
Multiple uses for one plant
- Plants for Companion Planting are chosen for the what they can do in the organic garden. A single plant can provide numerous functions. It can be edible, soil improving and medicinal all at the same time.
Rosemary for example can be used to repel plants. There are a whole lot of uses for rosemary. It adds flavor to food. Rosemary improves concentration and has many medicinal uses. It can be used to create a mini-windbreak in the organic vegetable garden.
- Everybody benefits from organic gardens which use companion planting -especially the plants!
Helpful pest control companion planting combinations
- When you plant carrots in your organic vegetable garden combine them with onions, rosemary and parsley.Pests like aphids can be repelled naturally. Carrots and onions planted together creates a win-win situation. Carrot flies will be repelled by the onions and onion flies will be repelled by the carrot - amazing.
- Companion planting herbs will help to keep the pests away. The herbs attract beneficial insects, birds and frogs into your organic garden. The beneficial creatures help keep some of the pesky pests under control. Natural pest control methods help bring abundance to your organic garden.
- A natural way to keep pests like aphids away: Use rosemary an all-round pest repellent.
- Marigolds attract hoverflies (flower flies or syrphid flies) who pollinate flowers. The larvae of the hoverflies feed on aphids. The hoverflies serve more than one purpose in the garden. Ladybugs are attracted to vegetable garden. The larvae of Ladybugs eat aphids.
- This is how companion planting vegetables works naturally. There are millions of insects which can be harmful or beneficial to your garden. There are many natural remedies that save you money and gets rid of pest and disease. Using companion planting in the organic garden will allow the beneficial insects to thrive and keep insects pests under control.
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- Find simple combinations to grow the freshest food, keep fit, stay healthy and create a stunningly beautiful garden.
The garden yields in a few weeks
- Once all the preparation and layout of your garden is done, you can be eating from it within 6 - 12 weeks. Creating a companion planting garden means you can be harvesting tasty, healthy, nutritious food - right on your doorstep.
- In fact within 21 days you can be eating radish and young green leaves of chard, mustard and lettuce.
- Baby carrots can be harvested after 6 weeks and within 12 weeks your kitchen will be overflowing with the freshest food you have ever tasted. You just need to keep putting the seeds and seedlings into the ground and harvesting the abundance of your organic garden..
Benefits of companion planting Thyme
- Companion Planting Thyme will benefit most of the plants in the garden. Eggplant and cabbage will thrive when planted with Thyme. Thyme is an excellent companion plant that repels insects. Thyme is so good in meat dishes and is suggested as a herb that treats many ailments.
Grow radishes and carrots together
- When companion planting radish, mix them with carrots. Young carrots are spindly plants. Companion planting them with radishes lets the carrots develop better.
- The faster growing radishes protect the carrot seedlings.
- The radish opens up the ground for the carrots roots to penetrate more easily.
- After 21 days when the radishes are harvested, the carrot seedlings are strong and ready to grow a good root.
About the Companion Planting book
- The examples above are one of the many you will find in this easy-to-use book.This essential guide to Companion Planting gives you the clarity you need to get your organic garden mixed and matched for the best results.
- The Companion Planting guide has information about 38 essential plants which every gardener needs to create food, health and beauty. Companion Planting is illustrated with full color photos, useful tips on how to use each plant and how to get it growing and flourishing in your organic garden using companion planting combinations.
- This companion planting guide condenses information in a helpful pocket-sized format. Lists of which companion plants to grow together. Create your own organic garden full of delicious food, healthy herbs and colorful flowers.
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