What Plants To Put Next To Each Other Landscaping?


Companion Planting Chart

PlantPlant Companions
Asparagus Basil, parsley, tomato
Beans Beet (to bush beans only), cabbage family, carrot, celery, chard, corn, cucumber, eggplant, pea, potatoes, radish, strawberry.
Beets Bush beans, cabbage family, lettuce, onion.
Carrots Bean, lettuce, onion, pea, pepper, radish, tomato.


These companion plants, whether shrubs, bulbs or perennials, must however be able to thrive under the same growing conditions as Azaleas and Rhododendrons. Among the most popular companion plants for Rhododendrons and Azaleas are Kalmia latifolia (Mountain Laurel) and Pieris japonica (Japanese andromeda).

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Frequently Asked Questions

What plants can be planted close together?

Companion Planting Chart

Type of VegetableFriends
Cabbage Beets, celery, chard, lettuce, spinach, onions
Carrots Beans, lettuce, onions, peas, peppers, tomatoes
Corn Climbing beans, cucumber, marjoram, peas, pumpkins, squash, sunflowers, zucchini
Onions Cabbage, carrots, chard, lettuce, peppers, tomatoes

What plants look good together?

What Flowers To Plant Together

  1. Geraniums and Roses. Roses come in a variety of colors. ...
  2. Coneflowers and Black-Eyed Susans. Coneflowers and black-eyed Susans are another of those classic garden pairs. ...
  3. Astilbe and Hosta. ...
  4. Hydrangeas and Daylilies. ...
  5. Daffodils and Amsonia. ...
  6. Hibiscus and Bee Balm. ...
  7. Iris and Phlox. ...
  8. Tulips and Hyacinth.

How do you pair plants together?

Make sure to pair flowers that require the same amount of moisture and sunlight. Don't accidentally pair a short, sun-loving plant with a taller one that will cast a shadow over it. When pairing flowers that will bloom at the same time, consider their colors and shapes.

What kind of plants can I plant in my garden?

Consider these easy-to-grow shrubs, trees, and perennials to create a worry-free foundation in your landscape. For each, we’ve included planting, watering, fertilizing, and pruning tips for every gardening zone. Smoke trees ( Continus coggygria) can be grown as large, deciduous shrubs or small trees.

What's the best plant combination for a perennial garden?

Add structure and beauty to your perennial plant combinations by including a generous selection of roses. Plant shrub roses in clumps or drifts to provide a solid mass of bloom where you need color the most. In this border, pink Knock Out rose is an eye-catching companion for blue salvia.

What kind of plants can you put in a foundation garden?

Foundation plants can be low shrubs, dwarf trees, small conifer bushes, or ground cover plants. Using evergreen shrubs keeps the area around your home green throughout the year. Flowering garden plants add color in spring, summer, and fall. And small evergreen trees add visual appeal beside doorways or corners.

What kind of shrubs should I plant in front of my house?

Dwarf spruce shrubs add plenty of curb appeal to your front yard. Spruce conifer shrubs are low-growing, evergreen plants that thrive in full sun. Their bluish-green colors, needle-like foliage, and spreading growth make them a perfect choice for foundation plants. Spruce shrubs and trees grow in zones 3 – 8.

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