Absolutely Want to Keep Mosquitoes Away
Basil is not only a flavorful herb but also an effective natural mosquito repellent. Its strong aroma acts as a deterrent
Who would like to attract pollinators like bees and butterflies while deterring pests like mosquitoes? Bee balm, also known as horsemint or Monarda
Lemongrass is a tall, grass-like plant with a strong citrus scent that mosquitoes hate. You can plant lemongrass in your garden or grow it in a pot indoors. You can also use lemongrass essential oil to make a natural mosquito repellent.
Peppermint, with its refreshing scent, is a natural mosquito repellent. Planting peppermint in your garden or placing pots of peppermint around your outdoor spaces can help keep mosquitoes at bay
Sage contains natural compounds that mosquitoes find repulsive, making it a useful plant for keeping them away. Planting sage in your garden or burning dried sage leaves as incense can help deter mosquitoes and create a mosquito-free environment.
Also known as catmint, catnip can thrive almost anywhere and grow as a commercial plant or as a weed. Catnip is very easy to care for and might invade other areas in your garden
It is believed that lavender oil hinders mosquitoes’ ability to smell! Lavender is a tough and drought-resistant plant that, once established, only needs good sun and proper drainage
Also known as Floss Flower, Ageratum is a beautiful annual flower that works great as a container or bedding plant. Argeratums contain coumarin, a chemical compound that helps repel mosquitoes.
Marigolds are easy-to-grow annual plants that emit a smell that disorients mosquitoes. You can grow them in pots or near your home entrances to keep mosquitoes and other bugs out.
Rosemary has a very woody smell that repels mosquitos and other insects, such as carrot flies and cabbage moths. Rosemary plants do best in hot and dry climates and thrive beautifully in containers ideal for winter.
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