Where can I find information on planting flowers, garlic, etc. in my vegetable garden to deter pests.
This article will help you with this: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/plant-problems/pests/pesticides/repelling-bad-bugs-with-plants.htm
Do you have a list of plants that can be planted together?
This article will help you:
The list of compatible plants is at the bottom.
Can watermelon, cucumber and cantaloupe be planted together?
They can and the fruit from this year will be fine. But, if you plant the seeds from this fruit next year, you may find some odd looking fruit grows. Here is more on cross pollination:
I have a small raised garden and I need to plant as many things together as possible with the idea of pest control in mind. What can I plant with peanuts - watermelons, squash, potatoes, etc?
I recommend an all natural plant that wards of many a vegetable loving bug.I plant simply marigolds between my rolls of vegetables. If I do see a problem the only thing I would ever consider using is a dilution of teaspoon of dish soap along with a teaspoon of baking soda. Spray this combination after have shaken well allover plants. leave be. next day rinse or spray with just water. next day solution again. Also planting with shredded paper or saw dust helps with these problems as well. You could also use a strip of thin flat copper around base out outskirts of vegetable bed. This will keep slugs away.
Best of Luck ,
Is there a list of companion plants to grow with vegetables (i. e. to distract or confuse pests)?
These articles will help you:
I want to plant an herb garden off my balcony (I have the hanging balcony boxes) and I wanted to know which ones to pair together. I want to grow parsley, oregano, thyme, basil, cilantro, and chives. What flowers will be a good companion for them? I have three boxes, so essentially two herbs per box on either side with a flower in the middle. Any suggestions as to which of the six herbs should go together in the same box would be beneficial.
There are numerous flowers you can grow with herbs. The best way to decide what you want to grow together is experimentation—just be sure they share the same growing requirements. As for the herbs, the same applies; but oregano works well with cilantro, parsley or basil, while basil works well with nearly anything—including thyme. It’s basically up to you.
These articles should help: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/herbs/hgen/try-something-new-this-spring-grow-your-own-herbs.htm
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?
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.