Thursday, March 8, 2012

A most wonderful Companion Planting Chart...

So while this week I am sinking my teeth into learning all there is to learn about sowing seeds and where to start, I came across this wonderful companion planting chart for my veg garden. As my goal is to be completely 100% organic in my seed to plate method, these combinations will be great at combating possible disease and insect attacks! Love the natural insect repellant tips on the side...just wonderful!!

IDEP's Companion Planting Guide - Thanks to http://permaculture.org.au/

10 comments:

  1. Awesome! Every year I look online at companion planting guides, but I would love to have an actual, physical guide in my hands as I sketch out my yearly plan. I will look into this. I believe in companion planting and practice it. There's nothing better than organic! Look forward to seeing what's on your plate.

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  2. Looks like a terrific resource. Please keep us posted!

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  3. This is great! My veggie garden is completely organic through companion planting, and I can honestly say it works. The only pest I still have trouble with is Japanese beetles. I haven't found an organic method to get rid of them, so I just live with a little damage while they're here.

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  4. I do companion planting in my veggie garden too. This is a very detailed chart and I love the list of plants as natural repellants! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Love this idea, can't wait until I have actual garden beds...

    I have always been organic, it's just the way to go as far as I can see.

    Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams

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  6. This is really neat. I like how it deals with so many plants at once. If only I could grow all of those companions during the same seasons. Some of the winter and the summer plants just don't go together, but I'm sure I'll figure it out!

    -Jay at scientificgardener.blogspot.com

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  7. That chart is awesome!! It's interesting that some plants just don't like each other. I will definitely refer back to it when I start my veggies this spring. I'm going to save a copy to my desktop. THANKS!!!! :o)

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  8. Just created my own but will have to look at this to compare...very comprehensive

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  9. Just what I was looking for. Thanks!

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  10. Dear Julie, Very useful! Thanks for sharing! P. x

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