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Companion Plants

There is much folklore around companion planting, much of it based around generations of observation. We consider companion plants to be those which protect or feed other plants, those which attract beneficial insects including pollinators, and those which enhance the food output of other plants in some way.  Learn more about companion and 'guild' planting on one of our courses or workshops! For information on ordering our plants, click here.

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