Isaac Smeele wrote:A: horsetail, foxglove, pea, carrot, tomato, parsley, garlic, horseradish, nasturtium, turnip, radish, cucumber, brussel sprout, broccoli, cauliflower, squash
Isaac Smeele wrote:B: kohlrabi, onion, radish, beet, nasturtium, broccoli, cucumber, brussel sprout, cauliflower, squash, sunflower, cabbage, celery, lettuce, sweet corn, pumpkin, penny royal, melon
Isaac Smeele wrote:C: potatoes, sweet corn, beet, dwarf bean, onion, nasturtium, mint, dill, rosemary, coriander, sage, chamomile, oregano, thyme, cabbage, celery, lavender, stinging nettle, marjoram, yarrow
Isaac Smeele wrote:D: fennel, carrot, dill, lettuce, spinach, parsley, chive, marigold, onion, sage, chamomile, rose, strawberry, tansy, shallot, yarrow
Isaac Smeele wrote:E: basil, asparagus, tomato, parsley, rose, chive, parsnip, radish, potato, garlic, bush bean, pole bean, leak, lettuce, onion, nasturtium, raspberry, marjoram, rue
Isaac Smeele wrote:F: potato, bush bean, pole bean, pea, soya bean, turnip, peppers, sweet corn, horseradish, marigold, eggplant, savory, nasturtium, celery, cauliflower, broad bean, mint
Isaac Smeele wrote:G: apple, raspberry, blueberry, marigold, carrot, tansy, nasturtium, yarrow, lemon balm, rose, garlic, chive, saskatoon, comfrey, dandelion
Isaac Smeele wrote:Greenhouse: tomato, peppers, aloe vera, oregon grape
We are having trouble finding info on some of the plants and unsure if we have made the best pairings overall.
Any plant whose flavor (most Mediterranean culinary) or medicinal value is based on its essential oils should be companioned with yarrow. Yarrow, as a companion, will increase the essential oils that these plants produce.
Burra Maluca wrote:Isaac - the image isn't showing up for me. I think the permissions might need changing, or maybe you could upload the image somewhere else, or direct to permies.
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