Plants That Need To Grow Side By Side

a close up of a flower garden: Companion planting uses one species' advantages to help another. Check out these 13 power pairs!
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Companions help each other grow and use garden space efficiently. Tall plants, for example, provide shade for sun-sensitive shorter plants. Vines can cover the ground while tall stalks grow skywards, allowing two plants to occupy the same patch.

by The Editors  

Plants You Should Always Grow Side-By-Side (msn.com)