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Complementary plantings

 Humans have had a close relationship with plants , though these have had an even closer relationship with each other. For best results of the vegetables , herbs, fruits and flowering plants is important to adopt a plan of organization based on common sense . There are many aspects of complementary plantings , including the mixture of vegetables and flowers in the same flowerbed .
 This technique began centuries ago in European rural gardens , but in present applies worldwide and more projects in permaculture , creating compositions of vegetables in flower beds and the ecological gardens which are a harmonious blend of all type of both edible and ornamental plants . This union is a beneficial way between vegetables with fruits, flowers, herbs , trees and shrubs , you just have to imagine a garden like Eden .
 There are many reasons for the current popularity of complementary planting , as you probably will find as you go doing your permaculture project. Plants can and do help control insect pests , a mixture of plants with different tolerances to disease decreases the risk of virus or bacteria damage our garden.
 Example , if the soil planted with closely spaced plants summit , there is no room for weeds to grow and soil drought and storm water is protected, while available land is used rationally .
A climber plants the other support plants while weak stem plants are best protected if the winds are guarded by stronger plants planted near them. Some plants use long roots to extract nutrients from the depths of the earth , therefore these plants available to other plants when these nutrients cut and buried in the ground . Other plants, such as legumes , capture nitrogen from the air , which makes others may use it when planted in the grounds.

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