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Complementary plant for beans?

Posted by rosie99 z6VA (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 5, 08 at 23:46

My garden is not doing well at all this year-what can I plant next to my climbers(beans) to help them out? (I think we're getting too much rain)

Thanks in advance!


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RE: Complementary plant for beans?

Savory (winter or summer) is a good companion--also basil.


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RE: Complementary plant for beans?

Below is a chart for companion planting. Mint would be a double edge sword. It can handle a lot of water, but it is very invasive.

Here is a link that might be useful: Companion Planting


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RE: Complementary plant for beans?

Thanks susaneden and booberry85 for the info! I've been digging and planting and picking rocks for a long time and sometimes one thing or another gets lost in the jumble. :D

THANKS MOM!


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RE: Complementary plant for beans?

Corn beans and squash or pumpkins are companions. the beans climb the corn stalks that grow in hills and the squash fill in the ground between the hills. Some people plant radishes near the pumpkin and squash plants to repell the sqash bugs . good luck


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