Companion planting is the act of intentionally positioning certain plants near each other for the benefits they provide to each other. This may come in the form of differing nutrient needs, or their abilities to repel pests, or stimulate growth. This also includes what plants don’t make good companions!
Class will be taught by Katrina Jones, horticulturist, and certified nursery professional. She is also an advanced master food safety adviser with the University of Idaho.