Blood Sucking Mosquitoes Hate These Garden Plants

Blood Sucking Mosquitoes Hate These Garden Plants will repel with a passion and will make mosquitoes come nowhere near them. Use this knowledge to your advantage to protect yourself, your family and your pets.

Blood Sucking Mosquitoes Hate These Garden Plants - Gardening Pests

Plant these plants in a high traffic walkway for friends, family, and pets to walk up against the scented foliage and therefore releasing the scent into the air ….like a protective invisible dome.

Lavender  (Moths, fleas, flies, and mosquitoes hate Lavender)

Pineapple Mint

Thai Basil – (Mosquitoes and house flies hates Basil) If you crush up the leaves into a pulp, then rub it on your skin – it repels mosquitoes quite effectively.

Lemon Balm

Peppermint (spiders, mosquitoes, and ants hate Peppermint)

Catnip (cockroaches and mosquitoes hate Catnip)

Pennyroyal

Rosemary – (fleas, mosquitoes, and ticks hate Rosemary) throw sprigs of rosemary on the edge of an outdoor fire pit and let it slowly smoke to repel mosquitoes.

Flossflower

Marigolds – (Mosquitoes and Aphids hate Marigolds)

Oregano

Geraniums

Eucalyptus

Citronella Grass

Lemon Thyme

Lemongrass – (mosquitoes, flies, fleas, and ticks hate Lemongrass)

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Mosquito Yard Spray:

A big bottle of cheap blue mouthwash

3 cups Epson Salt

4 cans of opened stale Beer

Mix all 3 ingredients together until salt is thoroughly dissolved.

Spray anywhere you sit outside, doorways, windows and around swimming pools.

Reapply after each rain downpour but otherwise, it will last up to 80 days.

Mosquitoes will avoid the sprayed areas at all cost but have a nice light mint scent for humans.

Mosquitoes are attracted by the carbon dioxide we exhale, dark-colored clothing, perfume, blood type( blood type O attracts more mosquitoes than others (A or B), body temperature (37 degrees Celsius or 98.6 degrees) and the presence of naturally occurring bacteria on the skin such as lactic acid. Pregnant women and overweight or obese people tend to have higher resting metabolic rates, which may make them more attractive to mosquitoes.

 

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