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Peas, with their delicate vines and sweet pods, flourish alongside a variety of companion plants. Radishes and turnips serve as excellent neighbors, as their rapid growth and shallow roots complement peas' climbing habit. Planting carrots nearby helps minimize competition for space, and their differing root depths improve nutrient utilization. Corn offers a natural trellis for peas to climb, maximizing vertical space and overall garden productivity. Interplanting with beans creates a synergistic environment that enhances soil fertility. These companions create a harmonious and productive garden, fostering healthy pea growth and a bountiful harvest. More

Pea Companions