Repel flies without killing them


Sure, it provides protection and all that but doesn’t mean you want to be perpetually covered in the stuff. Especially when you’re in the comfort of your own home.

Of course, you don’t just want to choose any old vegetation – you want to get the best plants to get rid of mosquitoes.

If you’ve never gardened before and this sounds intimidating – don’t worry. Many of these plants are low-maintenance and there’s no green thumb required.

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Repellant plants emit odors or chemicals that kill or repel pests, or attract beneficial insects that prey on garden predators. Some of these plants can be made into teas or foliar sprays that are effective as insect repellents or fungicides. Planting flowers that repel garden pests offers an extra bonus of brightening up the garden with beautifully colored blooms and foliages.

Borage, opal basil and petunias all deter tomato hornworms. Borage also is an attractant plant for beneficial insects, and it also repels cabbage worms. Petunias deter asparagus beetles, leaf hoppers, Mexican bean beetle, aphids and other predatory insects. (Tea made with petunia leaves is a potent insect repellent).

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Sure, it provides protection and all that but doesn’t mean you want to be perpetually covered in the stuff. Especially when you’re in the comfort of your own home.

Of course, you don’t just want to choose any old vegetation – you want to get the best plants to get rid of mosquitoes.

If you’ve never gardened before and this sounds intimidating – don’t worry. Many of these plants are low-maintenance and there’s no green thumb required.

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