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Make your own rabbit repellent - fill a milk jug with water, add 5 crushed garlic cloves, 1 tsp.crushed red peppers and 1 Tbsp. of dish soap. Shake well; let it sit in the sun for a day or two to make sure the water is saturated with the flavors and smells. Shake well, then spray or pour on the plants that you don't want the rabbits to eat.

Make your own rabbit repellent - fill a milk jug with water, add 5 crushed garlic cloves, 1 tsp.crushed red peppers and 1 Tbsp. of dish soap. Shake well; let it sit in the sun for a day or two to make sure the water is saturated with the flavors and smells. Shake well, then spray or pour on the plants that you don't want the rabbits to eat.

Echinacea and Gaillardia with Mondarda in the background - Bellevue Botanical Garden - Summer 2011

Echinacea and Gaillardia with Mondarda in the background - Bellevue Botanical Garden - Summer 2011

Marigolds in the Vegetable Garden? Yes! Learn why you should add these pretty annuals to your vegetable bed!

Marigolds in the Vegetable Garden? Yes! Learn why you should add these pretty annuals to your vegetable bed!

Spraying epsom salt on plants boosts magnesium supply to plants and increases yield. Spraying 1 table spoon of epsom salt mix with 4 litre of water twice with 10 days gap could be used for good results. Tomatoes, peppers and rose can benefit extraordinarily

Spraying epsom salt on plants boosts magnesium supply to plants and increases yield. Spraying 1 table spoon of epsom salt mix with 4 litre of water twice with 10 days gap could be used for good results. Tomatoes, peppers and rose can benefit extraordinarily