Did you know that beans and onions don’t like each other? Or that dill will attract hornworms away from neighboring tomatoes? Subtitled Secrets of Companion Planting for Successful Gardening, this book sets out to explain how companion planting — planning your garden to take advantage of the fact that vegetables and fruits have natural friends that will encourage each other’s growth in numerous ways, as well as natural enemies that should be kept at a distance — can double the bounty of your garden. This informative, interesting, and practical guide contains knowledge vital to any thorough understanding of plant behavior. Copyright 1975, 1998, softcover, 219 pages.