Know which plants you should interplant and which ones you shouldn't!
Interplanting is a great way to get more out of the space in your garden, but we need to be careful what we plant next to each other. It’s no good to plant your dill with your carrots or your squash near your potatoes. You need to know who’s a friend and who’s a foe.
To help you out I've listed six popular garden crops and plant families along with their best friends and worst enemies in a handy downloadable chart. I've also included some tips for successful interplanting and companion planting and how they can be used together.
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