Garden Dictionary Word: companion plants
1. Plants which work well together aesthetically, perhaps because they have complementary coloring, or flower at different times of the year, etc. 2. Two or more plants that are used together because one or more are beneficial to one or more of the others, for instance by repelling pests that prey on the other(s).
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