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Companion Plants for Radish

Raphanus sativus

Good companion plants for Radish

Beets, carrots, spinach and parsnips, cucumbers, lettuce and beans.
Radish is often used as a ‘catch crop’ This means that radish seeds are sown between slower growing seeds for example parsnips to mark the parsnip row for weeding, and the radish will have been harvested before the parsnips need the space to grow.

  • Spinach Radish

    Radishes will attract leaf miners away from spinach, they will eat the radish leaves but leave the root alone.

  • Lettuce is a great planting companion for Radish

    Lettuces planted near to radishes will make them more tender.

  • Chervil Radish

    Improves the growth and flavour of radishes.

  • Cucumber is a great planting companion for Radish

    Repels striped cucumber beetle

  • Tomato is a great planting companion for Radish

    Repels red spider mite

Repellent plants for Radish

These plants will not tend to grow well with Radish - they could stunt or inhibit growth.

Cabbage, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, broccoli, kohlrabi and turnip.

  • Anise hyssop is not a good planting companion for Radish

  • Cabbage is not a good planting companion for Radish

  • Cauliflower is not a good planting companion for Radish

  • Kohl rabi is not a good planting companion for Radish

  • Broccoli is not a good planting companion for Radish

  • Turnip is not a good planting companion for Radish

  • Brussels sprout is not a good planting companion for Radish

  • Herb hyssop is not a good planting companion for Radish

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