Companion Planting Guide

This Companion Planting Guide allow you to quickly search and sort through many vegetables, herbs, and flowers to maximize you companion planting strategy. Our list contains companion planting research done on over 20 sites and compiled a useful and searchable guide. A must have for all gardeners!

Plant: Benefits:
PlantCompanionsIncompatiblesTypeBenefits
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ThymeCabbage, Broccoli, Kale, Egg-Plant, Potato, TomatoPerennialControls flea beetles, cabbage maggots, imported cabbageworms and white cabbage butterflies.
TomatoCarrot, Celery, Onion, Mint, Rose, Nasturtium, Marigold, Asparagus, Parsley, CucumberCorn, Fennel, Cabbage, LupinAnnualProtects roses from black spot. May stunt carrot growth.
TurnipEnglish PeasPotato, RadishAnnual
ValerianVarious PlantsPerennial Adds phosphorus. Good anywhere in garden. Good in compost heaps and good for earthworms.
WormwoodVarious PlantsPeas, BeansAnnualDeters black flea beetles, malaria mosquitos, cabbage worm butterflies. Keeps animals away when planted as a border.
YarrowVarious PlantsPerennialInsect repelling qualities. Plant along borders, near paths, near aromatic herbs; enhances essential oil production of herbs. Improves soil quality. More...
ZinniaVarious PlantsAnnual Attract wasps, hoverflies, and humming birds. Plant freely throughout the garden. Zinnia is notorious as a target for mold and fung More...
Zucchini Basil, Beans, Onion, Corn, Mint, Radish, Nasturtium Potato, CucumberAnnual Zucchini will thrive when planted with nasturtium, corn or marigold. Nasturtiums will distract the pests from attacking you More...

Update 7/18/2016: Now searchable by benefits.