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Companion Planting Guide

In natural ecosystems, plants perform functions that either help or prevent other plants to grow the same is true in our gardens. Certain plant give nutrients back to the soil, while others need to take up nutrients. Plants aromas and flowers can attract pollinators or deter pests. Below is a chart to help you understand which plants grow well together and which to plant far apart!Companion Planting Guide

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