Books: Carrots Love Tomatoes

Carrots Love Tomatoes, Louise Riotte


Author: Louise Riotte
ISBN-10: 978-1-58017-027-7
Paperback: 219 pages
Publisher: Storey Publishing

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Secrets of Companion Planting for Successful Gardening

"If you want to know whether it is kosher to plant onions between cabbage plants, this is the place to look." ~Oklahoma Today

First published in 1975, this classic companion planting guide has taught a generation of gardeners how to use plants’ natural partnerships to produce bigger and better harvests. Louise Riotte was one of North America's most beloved gardeners. Her warm, witty writings on companion planting and gardening lore are American folk wisdom at its finest.

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This book is fantastic!
by Shirli on Mar 30, 2010

So much information in such a small book. I stumbled upon this book while looking for a gardening book 6 or 7 years ago. I am so glad I bought it. It answered so many questions I had as to why certain things didn't do so well in my garden. Come to find out, I was planting things together that didn't like each other. I am the one who usually plants and takes care of the garden in our family - my husband usually just did the tilling, etc. if I needed it. Well, a couple of years ago, he decided to "help" me plant our garden. He didn't believe me when I told him that tomatoes hate cabbage! He insisted on planting "his" tomatoes next to the cabbage. I did try to warn him, but to no avail. I, however, planted "my" tomatoes where they needed to be put. Needless to say, he believed me later on. His tomatoes got blossom end rot and were small and puny looking, where mine produced a bumper crop! Last year when we planted together, he asked me if he was putting the right things together! Lesson learned!


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