When people plant their gardens, usually each vegetable gets a plot of land all to itself–potatoes over here, cucumbers over there, and so forth.
But many gardeners also plant herbs alongside their vegetables. This is called “companion planting” and it has many benefits.
For example, companion planting can enrich your garden soil and make soil nutrients more bioavailable to your vegetables, thereby improving yields. Also, certain herbs have scents that can repel problem pests, or attract predatory insects or birds that will eat the pests.
Now the question is, which herbs should you plant? This article by Chris from Joybilee Farm has the answers. She goes over nearly twenty herbs and explains exactly how they can benefit your garden.
Follow the link below to check it out, and be sure to bookmark it for future reference.