Companion Planting Seeds

Companion Planting Seeds

Make sure you try some of these natural partnerships.
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    Garlic Chives

    Cut-and-come-again chives with a taste of garlic Decorative white flowers, which our pollinators love. Garlic chives grow and flower much later than ordinary chives (I'm still picking them in November), so have a succession of both varieties if you have room. Please note, illustrated packets are…

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    Summer Savory

    An easy-to-grow annual herb with the taste of thyme but much more prolific. Use as a companion plant against black fly on broad beans. Savory and broad or runner beans taste delicious together too, just the beans, a clove of garlic, plenty of summer savory and a dash of cream. Please note,…

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    Tagetes patula 'Linnaeus Burning Embers'

    A rich mahogany-crimson flower. A brilliant companion plant family, and great for picking too. Grow it all around your tomatoes to protect against green and whitefly. One of my favourite all-round garden plants.

Seeds for Companion Planting at Sarah Raven

Companion plants should be grown together to help encourage pollinators or to discourage pests.  They are especially useful in the kitchen garden.

All our seed are trialled in Sarah's garden at Perch Hill and selected for their quality; they also come with free planting instructions.