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Zone Ajax, Ontario, Canada | DelanaM added on May 5, 2017 | Answered

Hello, I am growing Zucchini cucumbers strawberries peppers carrots and peas indoors in suitable
containers. I know vegetables can be companions together if they are compatible with eachother, however, is it ok for me to companion my vegetables in the same pot. For example, I put zucchini and bell peppers in the same put to grow, is that ok? They are growing fom seeds and are now seedlings that were ready to be transplanted into a bigger pot. Right now I have zucchini and bell peppers together in one pot together and I have transplanted my peas seedlings into another pot, when my carrots grow more leaves I will transplant them together with the peas (the pot is large and deep enough for the carrots to grow). Is this ok?

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Answered on May 8, 2017

Companion planting is not as easy to do with container gardening. I would suggest you keep your plants as individual plantings to provide enough growing room for the plants.
Your vining plants such as zucchini and peas will also need supports-taking up room in the container.
Carrots should be direct planted into your container. Transplanting would not likely be successful.
These articles have more information.


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