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How to Be a Gardener Book 1
by Alan TitchMarsh
Whether you're a complete beginner or a keen gardener, there are always times when it would help to have a reliable expert at your side. In How to be a Gardener, Alan Titchmarsh draws on his knowledge and passion for gardening, and his many years of experience, to give you a comprehensive guide that explores every aspect of your garden and how it works.



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 Vegetable Companion Chart
A useful chart showing what to grow, and what not to grow, with your vegetables.
 Companion Plants List
A list of common pests, and the plants which deter them. Useful if you have a specific problem, but do cross check with other sites on this page to be sure that you don't choose a deterrent which your vegetables won't like.
 Herbs as Companion Plants
Herbs make great companion plants as they deter many pests, and also encourage the growth of certain vegetables. This page has a very hepful list of which herbs deter which pests.
 Companion Planting
A very comprehensive list of plants and their benefits. An excellent resource for companion planting.
 Companion Planting in Detail
Interesting reading on the background to companion planting from the Department of Horticulture at Cornell University.
 ATTRA Companion Planting
"Companion planting is based on the idea that certain plants can benefit others when planted in near proximity. The scientific and traditional bases for these plant associations are discussed."
 Attract Beneficial Predators
Companion planting is not just about deterring insects. You can also attract beneficial predators into your garden.

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