Best Companion Plants for Chamomile


Strawberry production may benefit from the presence of a variety of beneficial insects attracted to the blossoms of blooming plants.

Brassica family

Chamomile provides chemicals that improve the flavor of other plants; it is a great companion plant for many Brassica species (including cabbage, cauliflower, and broccoli).


Parsley in the garden attracts beneficial insects such as hoverflies and wasps that hunt on other pests.


Chamomile and lavender are complimentary and may cohabit harmoniously.

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Chives are well-known for their ability to repel pests that might harm other plants produced in a garden.


Dills are a useful plant that is also a kind neighbor. It is appreciated for its ability to attract beneficial insects to the garden.


Planting chamomile near plants that climb, such as gourds and squash, may help lessen this issue while also improving the flavor of nearby fruits.


Pollinators attracted to chamomile include those helpful to tomatoes, peppers, and aubergines.

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