The Vegetable Companion Planting Chart

Which veggie do you want to plant?

Browse Our Free Vegetable Planting Charts

We have just 1 simple goal- Help gardeners figure out the vegetables to plant together for the best result. Begin your search by selecting the vegetable which you’d like to plant below.

Plant beets

Plant beets

Plant broccoli

Plant broccoli

Plant brussels sprouts

Plant brussels sprouts

Plant cabbage

Plant cabbage

Plant carrots

Plant carrots

Plant cauliflower

Plant cauliflower

Plant celery

Plant celery

Plant chard

Plant chard

Plant chives

Plant chives

Plant corn

Plant corn

Plant cosmos

Plant cosmos

Plant cucumber

Plant cucumber

Plant eggplant

Plant eggplant

Plant fennel

Plant fennel

Plant garlic

Plant garlic

Plant horseradish

Plant horseradish

Plant kale

Plant kale

Plant kohlrabi

Plant kohlrabi

Plant leek

Plant leek

Plant lettuce

Plant lettuce

Plant marjoram

Plant marjoram

Plant melons

Plant melons

Plant onions

Plant onions

Plant parsnip

Plant peas

Plant peas

Plant peppers

Plant peppers

Plant potato

Plant potato

Plant pumpkin

Plant pumpkin

Plant radish

Plant radish

Plant spinach

Plant spinach

Plant squash

Plant squash

Plant strawberry

Plant tomato

Plant tomato

Plant turnips

Plant turnips

Plant zucchini

Plant zucchini

Learn About Vegetable Companion Planting

What is Veggie Companion Planting?

Companion planting is the process of planting complimentary plants near one another so that the greatest result is achieved. In many cases, various vegetables, herbs, and flowers are planted alongside one-another, benefiting one or many plants in doing so.

Benefits of Companion Planting

Vegetable companion plating is beneficial in a number of ways.

  • Save space by planting plants in close proximity
  • Avoid pest issues by planting pest-deterrents near to pent targets
  • Avoid or reduce the occurrence of various plant diseases
  • Weed control
  • Soil preservation

What is a Companion Planting Chart

The companion planting charts on this website are intended to provide general guidelines as to which plants can be planted together for mutual benefit. This is just a guide and we recommend experimenting on your own!