Companion Plants

Companion Plants

Anonymous added on April 26, 2011 | Answered

What can be grown alongside mint plants (in a pot to contain roots) in a bed with a western exposure? How about a compliment with roses in a southern bed?

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Answered on April 27, 2011

Mint makes a good companion for tomatoes, thyme, sage, and bee balm. Alyssum, Salvia, Lower growing Tulip and other early blooming bulbs, Blue Woodruff, Dianthus are some companion plants that go well with rose bushes. Some herbs that do well with roses are Chives, Parsley and Santolina.

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