Just like humans and animals, plants need good companions for better survival. Other than growth and fruiting, plants are considered as idle objects. They are rooted in a specific place and cannot control their surrounding conditions. In the planting communities, some plants support the growth of each other and dramatically improves the taste of surrounding edible plant growing produce. Whereas, some plants exert adverse effects on the growth of other plants. This happens since the plants also compete for nutrients, space, and resources.
In this vegetable companion planting guide, you will learn not only about what vegetable goes well with another vegetable but also how to plant them in your garden for maximum plant growth.