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In a vegetable garden, companion planting is all about attracting beneficial insects (the natural predators of those not-so-beneficial garden pests, like aphids and caterpillars), encouraging growth, and optimizing overall output. It’s a balancing act between providing the right setting for insects like beetles and ladybugs, and making the most out of a growing season.

Discover the best companions for tomato plants.