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Companion Planting

 

Gardening using a companion planting technique is becoming a highly popular practice. Companion planting is the close planting of different plants that enhance each other's growth or protect each other from pests. A higher crop yield, tastier harvests, and less insect damage are all benefits of companion planting.

 

This infographic, brought to you by Avant Garden® Décor, home of Gardener's Blue Ribbon® Vegetable Gardening Supplies, shares with you the benefits of companion planting practices, which plants best benefit their companions, as well as how to use bugs to increase your gardening success!

 

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Companion Planting
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