What is Companion Gardening? Companion Gardening is the act of planting strategically so that veggies, herbs, and even flowers can help each other grow healthier! Why practice Companion Gardening? Fostering mutually-beneficial relationships between plants can help with pest prevention, soil fertility, natural trellising, shade regulation, weed control, and some might say even better-tasting produce! Here are some great examples of plant pairings for you to try! Cucumbers and Peas: As the pea plant increases the amount of nitrogen in the soil, their shared soil helps the cucumbers to grow better! Tomatoes and Basil: This is a lovely pairing because these...
Learn about three important life lessons that children can learn when growing their own microgreens! SucSeed's micro jars provide a fun, tasty educational activity for families to enjoy at home.