The Best Tomato Companion Plants For Your Vegetable Garden

Companion planting with your tomatoes can help your plants grow better, taste better, and have less problems with pests and disease.

So how does companion planting work? What can you grow with your tomatoes in your vegetable garden and what should be kept far away?

Here are list of tomato companion plants that you can grow alongside your tomato plants to prevent pests and disease.

If you could only grow one companion plant with your tomatoes, basil should be it. Basil Improves growth and flavor of your tomatoes.


Borage is an annual herb that gives similar benefits as basil. Borage will improve the flavor and growth of your tomatoes.


Lettuce plants will act as a living mulch for tomatoes to conserve water while the tomatoes provide shade to the lettuce as they grow.


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