Geraniums produce colorful flowers that can make any garden look more vibrant. Their mesmerizing fragrance can attract pollinators, which makes geraniums great companion plants. Combine your geraniums with these plants:

1. Nasturtium

Nasturtium and geranium are both flowering plants with similar growing requirements. In addition, nasturtiums can deter critters that like to munch on geraniums.

2. Catnip

Catnip is typically planted in gardens to repel pests such as aphids, beetles, and many more. It should be handled with care as it can get invasive.

3. Chives

Chives have a unique odor that can keep critters such as carrot flies away from geraniums. They can also attract beneficial pollinators like butterflies and honey bees that can cross-pollinate and lead to more blooming.

4. Marigolds

Marigolds can deter slugs that love munching on geranium leaves. They can also repel mosquitoes to help you have a more enjoyable time in the garden.

5. Alliums

Alliums have a pungent smell which deters rabbits that would otherwise munch on those pretty geranium flowers.

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