Free Companion Planting Matrix Tool

Learn which crops to grow together in your garden – and which to keep separate – with this FREE companion planting matrix tool!

Did you know tomatoes and potatoes shouldn’t be planted together? Or that corn and squash are best garden buds?

These are just a couple of the surprising combinations you’ll discover when you start learning about companion planting, a gardening method that takes advantage of natural plant relationships while gardening.

Why is this so important?

Because whether you realize it or not, plants have relationships with each other.

Some combinations exist happily next to each other, while other combinations more closely mimic a family feud!

Understanding how each plant relates to the other crops in your garden helps you harness the beneficial relationships for growing healthy, happy crops – while avoiding negative plant relationships that might hamper your garden’s productivity without you realizing it.

Feeling confused?

It doesn’t have to be hard!

The awesome folks over at Seeds for Generations have a free tool that will make your companion planting simple and easy.

It’s called the Companion Planting Matrix.

This quick reference chart tells you what plants should be planted (or more importantly, NOT planted) next to each other. I’ve found this simple tool very helpful and easy to use, so I use it every year when planning out my garden, and this year, I thought I’d share it with you as well!

Click Here to Get Your Copy…

This tool will help you quickly and easily make smarter planting decisions for 20+ common garden plants. Don’t guess or rely on fate. KNOW you’re planting the right crops next to each other this year.

Go grab your free companion planting matrix now, and it’s time to get planting! 🙂


Rose S.

An avid gardener since childhood, I love sharing my passion for gardening with others! I have gardened in a number of different climates and settings, from large fenced garden plots, to tiny patio and container gardens, and I firmly believe that everyone can learn to grow at least some of their own food - no matter where you live. Growing your own food can help you take control of your own health and food supply, and there has never been a better time to get started!

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