They repel pests, attract beneficial insects, and improve the overall health of your garden.
Pair nasturtiums with marigolds for a natural pest repellent. Marigolds deter harmful insects and protect your garden.
Plant tomatoes alongside nasturtiums for a fruitful partnership. Nasturtiums repel pests that harm tomatoes, while tomatoes provide support for climbing nasturtiums.
Pair herbs like rosemary, thyme, and oregano with nasturtiums. Benefit from the aromatic alliance, as herbs repel pests and enhance the flavor of nasturtiums.
Grow lettuce alongside nasturtiums for a leafy combination. Nasturtiums act as a living mulch, shading lettuce and reducing weed growth.
Plant cucumbers near nasturtiums for a thriving partnership. Nasturtiums repel pests that harm cucumbers, while cucumbers provide a climbing structure for nasturtiums.
Consider sunlight and spacing requirements, monitor for pests, and enjoy the bountiful rewards of your garden.