by Louise Riotte
A thorough and practical guide to companion planting. Deals with flower and vegetable interplanting, plants to keep apart or plant together for best growth, plants that deter garden pests and diseases, and suggested plantings to suppress weeds.
Softcover. 220 pages. Storey Publishing.
Is a wonderful guide to companion planting of vegetables, herbs, fruit trees and more.
Learn what plants promote better growth and higher yields of one another. As well as plants that repel insects and pests. You will also learn what plants don’t like to be near one another.
The first half of the book is a good read but mostly great for referencing.
The second part has sections of information on improving your soil, natural pest control and several examples of different garden plans, etc.