Wind and Weather


Goal Zero
Chefs Catalog

Diy Woodworking Plans

TedsWoodworking Plans and Projects



Help Us Help The Planet !!

Any donations to NY Homesteader are graciously accepted ,, Thank You !

Organic Gardening and Companion Planting

Companion Planting Guide


Hi Everyone,
This is Rich @ NY Homesteader

Many of you folks know this is my beginnings as a homesteader and organic gardener, and I have been doing a ton of research looking for a beginners guide to organic gardening. Through a lot of hard work (especially through trial and error in the garden) and research, These are my findings,,,

Most gardeners have heard of companion planting and may know that you should plant garlic under your roses, or plant onions and carrots next to each other, but there’s so much more to it , as I found out recently.

I’ve found a great book on companion planting that I highly recommend (avoiding much of the trial and error I mentioned above).

It is written by Julie Villani, a passionate organic grower, who’s astounded me with her depth of knowledge on companion planting. Not only does her e-book reveal what to plant near what and what not to, but how to reduce your workload in the garden and all sorts of priceless gems.

She has an organic gardening e-book out which I found invaluable. It covers things like

  •      How to choose the right plants to grow together
  •      How to reduce your gardening workload – let mother nature do it for you
  •      How much to plant for your family
  •      How to protect your fruits and vegetables from insect attack
  •      How to save money by not having to replace sickly plants
  •      Which plants you must never grow together


Companion Planting Harvest



I have personally purchased it and with the bonuses, it is an excellent value, much less in price and much more in quality than many other single volume books I have found.

I recommend that you find out more about this organic gardening series,Click Here or you can click on the picture below

Peace and Prosperity to you,
Rich @ NY Homesteader