Spring Gardening Guide: Plants that can Grow Together

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Gardening is one of the greatest hobbies and especially in spring, people would love to grow something in their gardens than any other season. As spring is a time of renewal, do you think so? Plus, gardening is a hobby that can make people not only have peace and happy feeling, but like a kind of exercise can make people healthy.

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If you are a gardener or going to be a gardener (as you have a yard), how about trying plants which can grow together? There are many plants that can grow together. For example, beans can be grown with cucumber; or you can plant mint with cabbages as it enhances the flavor in cabbages. There are lots of other plants that can grow together. Here is a list of such plants.

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1. Squash with watermelons. Maybe you will feel a little weird of this group. However, if you search guidebooks of planting, among plants that can grow together, these two will come at the first place. As they require equal kind of care, so you can get the watermelon seeds and squash seeds easily by collect their seeds or purchase them.

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2. Carrots with tomatoes. Plant carrots at the early time when you are planting tomatoes when the tomatoes are growing upwards, the mature carrots make space for the roots of the tomatoes under the ground so that the tomato plants can have enough nutrients from soil.

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3. Eggplant with pepper. If you go to any nursery, you will find many plants that can grow together. Pick eggplants and pepper and plant them together. The peppers have a pungent smell which can keep the ugly horn-worms away to devour eggplants. These are the vegetables that grow well together.

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So, here are some plants that can grow together, while you are planning what should be plant this spring, you can consider about them. Besides, gardening tools are needed during gardening and take care of them once they are planted, next season you maybe you can harvest the vegetables.

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