Chives. Another fabulous companion herb for tomatoes, chives not only help the tomato’s taste, but they also season tomato dishes just wonderfully. Since Chives are perennial, think of them as the backdrop for your tomato garden.
Likewise, people ask, what should not be planted with tomatoes?
Bad Companions for Tomatoes Cabbage (Brassica) family: All relatives of cabbage stunt the growth of tomato plants (including broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, collards, cauliflower, kale, kohlrabi, rutabaga, and turnip). Corn: The corn earworm is the same as the tomato fruitworm. (Also known as the cotton bollworm.)
Subsequently, question is, can oregano be planted with tomatoes? Peppers – Pepper plants make good neighbours for asparagus, basil, carrots, cucumbers, eggplant, endive, oregano, parsley, rosemary, squash, Swiss chard, and tomatoes.
Also asked, what herbs grow well with tomatoes?
Chives, Oregano, Cilantro, Mint, Basil, and Parsley all grow well as a companion to tomatoes. Some such as the Basil and Chives are said to enhance the flavor of the actual fruits as well but most all of these help deter harmful pests (such as aphids, certain beetles, etc.) while also helping attract beneficial bugs.
Can you plant herbs and tomatoes together?
Growing certain plants together for specific, beneficial purposes is known as companion planting. Many herbs make helpful companion plants for tomatoes, but others, including fennel and mature dill, have negative effects, as do potatoes and cauliflower.