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2 Responses to Companion Plants

  1. Joella Riggs says:

    I use companion planting a lot and only wish I knew more about it.

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  2. Lisa Dye says:

    I began this year studying companion planting. I grow in raised beds with limited space which makes it a challenge but hoping next year I’ll be able to plan a better garden layout to benifit from this. Thanks for all the help!

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