Basil is a popular summer herb that can do well on its own. However, combining it with pepper has many benefits especially for the peppers.
Besides being tasty together on your plate, carrots can also be combined with your peppers in the garden to provide a living mulch for the peppers.
Pot size is a vital factor that influences how the plant develops when planted indoors. Choosing the wrong container causes problems that may lead to diseases such as root rot.
Spinach, when combined with peppers in the garden, offers benefits such as controlling weeds. They also help in the spacing of the peppers while not competing with them for sunlight or water.
Leeks belong to a family of plants with onions and garlic. They are quite good when combined with peppers since they take up very little space and repel insects such as carrot flies.
Combining radishes with peppers is a great way of maximizing the space in your garden.
Okra helps peppers grow better by providing a partial shade and protecting them against strong winds.
Lettuce, being of a small stature compared to other companion plants for pepper, is among the best options to make use of the space between pepper plants.