Thursday, July 11, 2013

Gardening tips- Companion planting in the garden with peas

Fresh picked peas
Peas are an awesome veggie. They are easy to grow and can have for a spring and fall harvest. Peas grow up, They make a great companion for plants that don't need a lot of sunlight and are root plants. I did a lot research on what grows well with peas.

Fresh Baby Carrots
Three plants that pair well with peas are carrots, turnips, and radishes. These plants can be planted in between the keys trellises and they will grow underground while the peas grow up the trellis.

My corn
Corn is another plant that pairs well with peas. Corn can act like a trellis for the peas and the peas help the corn become sturdy and not get knocked over by the wind.

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