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An Introduction to Companion Planting

A Secret of Organic Gardeners

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OMAKAT55

3/15/2011 3:17:06 AM

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I've never done companion gardening because I've always done container gardening. However, since I've moved south into a totally different climate than in Nebraska, I have to adjust for the upcoming hot summers (triple digits is not uncommon here). We are also trying the Topsy Turvy for the cherry tomatoes and putting the Big Boys into a container. Would it still be favorable to perhaps put the herbs in containers around the Big Boys or is it best to plant them literally in the same pot?

OMAKAT55

3/15/2011 3:17:01 AM

OMAKAT55's SparkPage
I've never done companion gardening because I've always done container gardening. However, since I've moved south into a totally different climate than in Nebraska, I have to adjust for the upcoming hot summers (triple digits is not uncommon here). We are also trying the Topsy Turvy for the cherry tomatoes and putting the Big Boys into a container. Would it still be favorable to perhaps put the herbs in containers around the Big Boys or is it best to plant them literally in the same pot?

OMAKAT55

3/15/2011 3:16:50 AM

OMAKAT55's SparkPage
I've never done companion gardening because I've always done container gardening. However, since I've moved south into a totally different climate than in Nebraska, I have to adjust for the upcoming hot summers (triple digits is not uncommon here). We are also trying the Topsy Turvy for the cherry tomatoes and putting the Big Boys into a container. Would it still be favorable to perhaps put the herbs in containers around the Big Boys or is it best to plant them literally in the same pot?

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