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Companion Planting

Companion Planting
Growing companion plants in the same area as your crop can offer the grower many benefits including attracting beneficial insects, repelling unwanted pests, protecting your crop from wind and theft and adding nutrients to the surrounding soil.

German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) is best known for its traditional use as a tea to relax and h..

$4.50

Seeds - Lemon Balm - Natural Mystic Seeds..

$4.50

Seeds - Lavender..

$4.50

Seeds - Peppermint - Natural Mystic Seeds..

$4.50

Common Name: DillScientific Name: (Anethum graveolens)Family: (Carrot family)Description: Dill is a ..

$4.50

Common Name: Coriander seedsScientific Name: (Coriandrum sativum)Family:Description: Seed of common ..

$4.50

Common Names: Borage, StarflowerScientific Name: (Borago officinalis)Family: BoraginaceaeDescription..

$4.50

Common Name: Sweet BasilScientific Name: (Ocimum basilicum)Family:Description: The most popular stra..

$4.50

Common Name: Chervil Scientific Name: (Anthriscus cerefolium)Family:  Apiaceae (Parsley family)..

$4.50

Common Name: Alfaalfa, lucerneScientific Name: (Medicago sativa) Family: Fabaceae (Pea family)Descr..

$4.50

Common Name: YarrowScientific Name: (Achillea millefolium)Family: Description: A hardy perennial med..

$4.50

Common Name: Red CloverScientific Name: (Trifolium pratense)Family: Fabaceae (Bean family)Descriptio..

$4.50

Common Name: SunflowerScientific Name: (Helianthus. annuus)Family: AsteraceaeDescription: Everyone k..

$4.50

Common Names: MarigoldScientific Name: (Calendula officinalis)Family: AsteraceaeHistory: Used in cos..

$4.50
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