While chatting with a friend recently about gardening, she mentioned about all the problems she is having with many of the leaves on her plants having holes in them and lots of other problems. She wants to grow organic so she is not using pesticides to spray.
I told her about some things that she could mix to spray that she probably has in her kitchen and she became very interested. I went on to mention to her about companion planting, and at this point she admitted to knowing about it. However, her knowledge only extended to Marigolds. I told her that she is on the right track but there are many more plants to use for companion planting.
Head over to the following page to find out the many plants that can be used for companion planting.