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What Kind of Plants Keep Pests Away From the Garden?

by Carrie Terry
Flower and vegetable gardens add value and beauty to a property, but come with specific considerations. Gardeners must choose the right site, prepare the soil correctly and grow plants, vegetables and fruits suitable to the season and region. Once you've planted your garden, the true struggle begins...
Kaila Myers
Kaila Myers • 1 year ago

What Kind of Plants Keep Pests Away From the Garden? | eHow.com

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