Celery & Alliums

Plant celery and alliums together if you want to have pest-free and delicious crops!

Celery & Tomatoes

When growing celery and tomatoes together, there is more in it for the tomatoes. This is because the scent of celery can deter the insect pests that usually invade tomato plants.

Celery & Marigolds

These beautiful plants generate vibrant flowers that are able to attract a variety of pollinators and beneficial insects, particularly hoverflies and parasitic wasps.

Celery & Nasturtiums

These plants are often referred to as “trap crops” because they catch insects and pests that might otherwise destroy nearby plants.

Celery & Beans

These plants are also known as nitrogen-fixating plants. This means that they are able to absorb nitrogen from the air and then release it to the soil so that other plants can use it to grow and develop

Celery & Cucumbers

Cucumbers contain allelochemicals that prevent weed growth, but their leaves also serve as a living mulch, so they also prevent weed production.

Celery & Brassicas

Fragrance of celery serves as a natural repellent to white cabbage moths, and these critters have destroyed many harvests.

Celery & Hyssop

Hyssop attracts a large number of beneficial insects that protect your vegetables from pests.

Celery & Geraniums

Not only are they good at trapping Japanese beetles, but they also deter worms, slugs, and flea beetles that would otherwise attack your celery.

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