Plants need good companions to thrive. Companion vegetables, herbs, flowers, and fruits has been used in gardening by native cultures worldwide for centuries. The most common companion garden is the Native American Three Sisters Garden. Many long time gardeners tell us that growing certain plants together improves flavor as well. Garden wisdom and experience supports these beneficial plant companions. In gardens and flower beds, certain plants support each other while others, just don’t get along. Some vegetables, like tomatoes and carrots, complement each other’s growth habits. Tomatoes prefer summer warmth and plenty of sunshine, while carrots grow best in cooler
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