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Cilantro, known for its vibrant flavor and aroma, can thrive with the right companion plants. Tomatoes, which are heat-loving plants, will provide much needed shade to cilantro during the hotter parts of the season, lengthening its harvest window and delaying bolting.  Chervil, an aromatic herb, helps deter pests which may attack cilantro. Cilantro also benefits from nitrogen-producing plants like beans (such as string beans, pole beans, runner beans, and wax beans) and peas, which enrich the soil with essential nutrients, ensuring a bountiful herb garden.


Cilantro Companions