Companion Planting Vegetable List for your next garden

One of the main items I needed was a companion planting vegetable list to use for my recent Raised Garden Bed – No Dig Garden.

Problem was I couldn’t find a companion planting guide that was relevant to my growing zone. Not being one to stop at the first hurdle I decided to create my own and spent ages planning a vegetable garden which would be best suited to our climate and taste in food.

I have four vegetable garden plans available for you to choose from. This vegetable planting guide is for companion planting.I have planted each and every one of these gardens and can say I was impressed and somewhat proud of my success.

I managed to grow plants there were healthy, pest free and supplied so much food I was able to share the excess with family and friends. I am convinced it is the most efficient way to grow vegetables.

I have placed the name of the primary plant on the left and on the right you have a list of its companion plants.

I truly did have fantastic success using these principles and encourage you to have a try yourself, it is very rewarding.

Companion Planting Vegetable List


Parsley, capsicum, basil, lettuce and tomato


Potato, corn, lettuce, eggplant, cucumber, strawberry, celery, carrots, cauliflower, radish, spinach


Tomato, most vegetables and herbs


Onion, lettuce, spinach and silver beet


Onions, leeks and celery

Brussell Sprouts





Peas, leeks, lettuce and chives


Onion and leeks


Tomato leeks and beans


Lettuce, peppers, cucumber, beans and peas


Radish, lettuce, beans, peas and artichoke

Eggplant Aubergine

Beans, peppers and lettuce


Cabbage, celery, onion and celeriac


Beetroot, strawberry, radish and corn


Cabbage and tomato


Lettuce cabbage and carrots


Tomato, asparagus, carrot and peppermint


Shallots chives and lettuce


Cucumber, radish, turnips, corn, carrots and beans

Pepper Chili

Cucumber squash and lettuce


Tomato, cucumber, sunflower, green beans, peas and broad beans




Peas lettuce and nasturtium


Carrots beetroot and mint


Parsnip and beetroot


Strawberry and most plants


Borage, lettuce, silver beet, spinach and bush beans


Asparagus peppers and basil

Zucchini Courgette

Parsley, tomato, silver beet, spinach, squash, corn and capsicum

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