Growing Herbs on a Berm (Companion Planting Question)
I'm building a small berm, about 2 meters long and a couple feet high on the windy side of my new little greenhouse. The greenhouse will be almost solely for tomatoes and the walls are mesh so I am assuming that companion planting for the tomatoes makes sense or is it too far away to matter? About 2-3 feet. The wind blows strong for a few months each year and the tomatoes would be getting herbal aromas.
Anyone out there who is more experienced please comment or advise if it makes sense to plant chives, onions, parsley, marigold, nasturium and garlic together. Basil and tomatoes grow well together but I didn't see them with the other herbs in my companion planting book. The more I read, the more confused I'm getting! I could plant a few basil in the greenhouse.