Companion planting [Infographic]
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May 09, 2013 01:00 AM | 16023 views | 0 0 comments | 219 219 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Gardening using a companion planting technique is becoming a highly popular practice. Companion planting is the close planting of different plants that enhance each other’s growth or protect each other from pests. A higher crop yield, tastier harvests and less insect damage are all benefits of companion planting.

This infographic, brought to you by Avant Garden Decor, home of Gardener’s Blue Ribbon Vegetable Gardening Supplies, shares with you the benefits of companion planting practices, which plants best benefit their companions, as well as how to use bugs to increase your gardening success.

Avant Garden Decor wants you to have the best garden yet in 2013 and has the resources to help you. To get expert advice and how-to tutorials for your 2013 gardening season, visit the online magazine - Love Your Yard - and grow your best garden yet.

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