First published in 1975, this much-loved classic has taught generations of gardeners how to use plants to protect and support each other to produce bigger and better harvests. Here is a reader's complete reference to the magic and mystery of companion planting -- which plants nourish the soil, which best keep away bugs and pests, and which plant pairs just don't get along.
With easy-to-access information in alphabetical sections, this is a reference that readers will turn to again and again as they learn to use companion planting to grow the best, most trouble-free garden they've ever imagined. The powerful secrets of companion planting make it easy, and Riotte's easy-going style makes it fun. A Selection of the Rodale Book Club. Paperback, 219 pages.
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