Friends or Foes? Garden Companions to Avoid

Friends or Foes? Garden Companions to Avoid

Gardening is often described as a peaceful pastime, a dance with nature where harmony reigns. But beneath the surface of this tranquil image lies a hidden world of plant rivalries, secret alliances, and even outright warfare. Yes, your garden is a battleground, and the stakes are high: a bountiful harvest or a season of disappointment. The truth is, not all plants play well together. Some combinations, seemingly innocent at first glance, can lead to a domino effect of pest infestations, rampant diseases, and stunted growth. It's a botanical soap opera you don't want to star in and we here to help you in that endeavor.

Shop Talk: Companion Planting: What Works and Why - Southern Seed Exchange

Companion Planting: What Works and Why

Tune into our latest Shop Talk, where we dive into the roots of companion planting - a natural phenomenon where certain plants benefit from growing near each other. Discover the best plant pairings, learn the do's and don'ts, and how to plan your own companion garden for a thriving, bountiful harvest. Ready to play matchmaker for your garden?