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Mosquito-repelling plants for your deck.

Mosquito-Repelling plants: Citronella, or West Indian lemongrass, Catnip is said to be 10 times more effective than DEET in repelling mosquitoes, Cascading Geranium, another bug repelling plant

The Secret to Gorgeous Plant Pots (The Forever Home Project

The Secret to Gorgeous Plant Pots (The Forever Home Project

1 thriller one filler and one spiller! - Great tips for making stunning potted plant arrangements - can't wait to add some color to my deck!

Rid Mosquitos  Citronella  This plant is thought of as the “original” bug repelling plant because there is a similarly named ingredient used in many common repellents now a day

20 Plants that Repel Mosquitos

citronella or west indian lemongrass - mosquito repelling plants.I need to remember this.citronella or west indian lemongrass - mosquito repelling plants.I need to remember this.

Natural Tick deterrent for human use: 1 part tea tree oil to 2 parts water in a spray bottle and spray it on - shoes, socks, ect.

A natural tick deterrent for human use, to try this year: 1 part tea tree oil to 2 parts water in a spray bottle. Tea tree oil when diluted can also be used on dogs (not kitties) OVER 15 lbs. I would suggest 1 part tea tree to 4 parts water at min.

This site is AWESOME.  photo gallery of containers with instructions to plant and description of flower. One of the best I've seen. - Click image to find more Gardening Pinterest pins

Mixed Container Solutions: This site is AWESOME. photo gallery of containers with instructions to plant and description of flower. One of the best I've seen.

Mosquito-repelling plant: Creeping Thyme

Mosquito Repelling Creeping Lemon Thyme Plant -The high citronella oil content of this hardy, easy-to-grow perennial plant is more potent than any other mosquito repellent plant tested. / Could be great for the deck.

Royal Empress Tree - grows ft/year Empress Tree Facts: Grows up to 10 feet or more in the very First Season Rich lavender flowers that look like Orchids but smell like Jasmine Grows as far north as Canada and as far south as Mexico

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