Placing other plants alongside your tomatoes (called “companion planting”) is often said to help both species grow more productively, and can even improve the flavor of the produce! Today, we’ll take a quick look at which plants you can pair with tomatoes, for a healthier, happier garden.
The following list comes from The Farmer’s Almanac’s website:
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Some plants can actually act as a natural insecticide for their companion plant. Both dill and basil can protect tomato plants from the tomato hornworm!