Carrots Love Tomatoes
Secrets of Companion Planting for Successful Gardening (revised & updated)
by Louise Riotte
This classic was first published in 1975, and has taught generations of gardeners how to use plants’ natural partnerships to produce bitter and healthier harvests. This book is often considered a permacultural primer, because it teaches the art of pairing plants together based upon the plants’ nutritional needs and outputs. Get more out of your garden by learning these relationships.
Did you know that juice from asparagus kills the nematodes on your tomato plants, or that bee balm will improve the growth and flavor of them? There are charts for insect control, poisonous plants, and lists for days-to-harvest. Learn the ins and outs of companion planting for a healthier, stronger garden.
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