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Permaculture food gardening guide for schools

Permaculture food gardening guide for schools

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(Antagonists are plants that don’t grow well with one another.)

Vegetable Companion

Antagonist (don’t plant
next to this vegetable)

Beans

Potatoes, carrots,

Onions, garlic, gladiolus

cucumbers, cauliflower,
cabbage

Beets

Onions, kohlrabi

Pole beans

Cabbage family Aromatic plants, potatoes, Strawberries, tomatoes,
(cabbage,

celery, dill, camomile,

pole beans

cauliflower, sage, peppermint, rose
kale, kohlrabi,
broccoli)

Carrots

Peas, leaf lettuce, chives,

Dill

onions, leeks, rosemary,
sage, tomatoes

Corn

Potatoes, peas, beans,
cucumbers, pumpkin,
squash

Eggplant

Beans

Lettuce

Carrots, radishes,
strawberries, cucumbers

Onions and Beets, strawberries,

Peas, beans

garlic

tomatoes, lettuce,
camomile

Potatoes

Beans, corn, cabbage,

Pumpkins, squash,

marigold, eggplant

cucumbers, sunflowers,
tomatoes, raspberries

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Pumpkins

Corn

Potatoes

Spinach

Strawberries

Sunflowers

Cucumbers

Potatoes

Tomatoes

Chives, onions,

Kohlrabi, potatoes,

parsley, asparagus,

fennel, cabbage

marigolds,
nasturtiums, carrots

Source: Growing the Living Laboratory - Permaculture for Environmental Educa-
tion in the NCS - Intermediate Phase Grades 4-6, Published by SEED (Schools Envi-
ronmental Education and Development), 2006.

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