For decades many gardeners have been mixing plants together and this has lead to the discovery that some plants combinations are better than others. In fact, companion planting has demonstrated that some plants have amazing benefits for each other. Now, let’s say you’d like to start your own garden and mix some plants but don’t know how to do it. Prepare yourself to be amazed because we just prepared this list for you.
#1/13 Roses And Garlic
Although these pair may seem they don’t belong together; trust us when we say they do and actually gardeners have been mixing these plants for years. This is mainly because garlic bulbs can help to repel roses pests. Also, as a plus the small white flowers of garlics give a great look to the rose flowers.