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p>Josie Jeffery explains how the ancient practice of companion planting is a simple, eco-friendly method of combining species that help each other out. Revived by American back to-the-land activist Bolton Hall in the early 20th century and taken up by the Good Lifers of the 1960s and 1970s, it s perfect for busy modern gardeners too. Good Companions explains the history and benefits of the technique, and offers top combining tips, such as dandelions and fruit trees, or clover and cabbage. Flipbook pages help you to mix and match your chosen plant, whether tomato, peach or plum, with the best partners to nourish its roots, deter pests and enhance flavour all totally chemical-free. Keen gardeners and novices alike will find much to learn and use in this highly readable guide.