What plants grow well together in containers?
- Summer Squash.
In this regard, what plants grow well together in same planter box?
Companion Planting For These Top 10 Veggies:
- Tomatoes. Basil and tomatoes were made to go together, not only in sauces but in the garden, too.
- Peppers. Basil is a good friend to peppers, helping repel aphids, spider mites, mosquitoes, and flies.
- Green Beans.
- Zucchini/Summer Squash.
Beside above, how many plants can be in a container? Generally I would use 3 or maybe 4 plants in 10 or 12-inch planters, 4 to 6 plants in a 14 to 16-inch planter and Six to 8 plants in an 16 to 20-inch planter and so on. With the traditional planting, you need to have a bit of patience to get a completely full planter.
Likewise, people ask, what plants should not be planted together?
Here are some plants that do not grow well when planted together:
- Potatoes. Potatoes have problems with many plants.
- Beans and Peas.
- Broccoli and Cauliflower.
- Cabbage and Cauliflower.
- Brussel Sprouts.
What plants look good together?
Flowers That Look Good Together
- Globe amaranth.
- Shasta daisy.