A place to share plans, thoughts, and results as observed while using companion gardening to create a bountiful kitchen garden.
Latest Activity: Oct 13
The Great Garden Companions book is the one that got me started and kind of broke it all down for me. Once I started looking at how things were set up, it just made so much sense to me. As a result, friends and family are always amazed at the size of the harvest that comes from my little back yard.
Companion gardening takes time and planning, but the end results are worth it. This group is for me to share with you what I have learned as well as what I will learn about companion gardening. I learn something every year so the learning is on-going. Hopefully, with your input, I'll be able to learn a little more! I look forward to sharing tips and tricks and a few musings from time to time!
During the Winter of 2009 I viewed a BEAUTIFUL BLUE FLOWER while surfing gardens on the internet. They didn't name the flower so off to GOOGLE IMAGE I went. I finally found it and quickly did some…Continue
Started by LARK (Wi. zone 5). Last reply by Bonnie Hannum ~ Missouri, USA Jun 23.
There are some tips for successful companion gardening that I learned from the book "Great Garden Companions; A Companion-Planting System for a Beautiful, Chemical-Free Vegetable Garden".Basically,…Continue
Started by Noelle Kaler. Last reply by Noelle Kaler Mar 14, 2012.
I'd like to know how other gardener's start the growing season. I start by uncovering my raised beds that have been covered in a bed of leaves. I then amend my soil with topsoil, humus, and…Continue
Started by Noelle Kaler. Last reply by Vicky Myers Jul 2, 2011.