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Hypericum hirsutum (Hairy St. John's Wort) as a companion plant  RSS feed

 
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I am thinking of planting hairy st. john's wort in a small planter along with spinach, leek and peas.

So far I haven't found any information about st. john's wort as a companion plant.

I would greatly appreciate any advice.
 
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