Companion planting is essential to maintain a lush, biodiverse, and resilience. If done well, it can increase soil health, provide natural pest control, attract pollinators, and diverse wildlife to your garden. Not all plants work well together, although many of them will not form any kind of symbiotic relationship at all, some will be antagonistic, so watch out for the plant combinations with the X’s.

If you want to learn more about the benefits of companion planting, check out these articles from Deep Green Permaculture and Mother Earth News.