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What can you not grow with garlic?
Last Updated: 2nd April, 2020
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People also ask, what plants grow well with garlic?
Among common herbs, onions and garlic go together with chamomile, dill, savory and parsley. Other companions to plant near onions and garlic include beets, sweet peppers, spinach, lettuce and parsnips. Onions and garlic also repel insect pests of strawberries and peaches.
Subsequently, question is, can you grow garlic and potatoes together? Potato – Bush beans, celery, corn, garlic, marigolds, onions, and peas all do well planted near potatoes. Avoid planting potatoes near asparagus, Brassicas, carrots, cucumber, kohlrabi, melons, parsnips, rutabaga, squash, sunflower, and turnips.
Thereof, what can I grow after garlic?
Companion Planting Garlic
- Brassicas (members of the cabbage family)
Can basil and garlic grow together?
Some plants are very choosy about their companions. For example, tomatoes benefit from having marigold, garlic, chives and basil planted in the same bed since these companions protect them from parasitic nematodes and hornworms. At the same time, they cannot stand having cabbage and cauliflower nearby.