Companion planting is the practice of placing certain plants next to other complementary plants in your garden so they can help each other grow.
Well, that’s not quite right. Complementary, with an E. Not an I. (Although, I, too, believe you can do it, for what it’s worth.)
If you’re planning a fall garden and wondering how companion planting might help you have, oh, I don’t know, the greatest garden ever (or even just one that allows you to eat a few things from it), we’ve got you covered. Or, rather, the fine folks at Home Advisor do, because they created this sweet video and infographic to give you a practical, visual guide to companion planting.
A Visual Guide To Companion Planting HomeAdvisor
What’s going in your garden this fall? —Kristen