This plant not only adds vibrant colors to your garden but also repels a wide variety of insects. It’s a great addition to any yard but should be added to every vegetable garden.
Its strong scent can discourage mosquitoes, fleas, ticks, ants, mice and moths. Mint is an invasive plant, so you’ll want to plant it in pots and containers to keep it from taking over your entire garden or yard.
A herb that’s handy in the kitchen and also repels mosquitoes and other bugs. It does well in hot weather and grows beautifully in pots as well as directly in the ground.
These beautiful flowers emit a scent that deters mosquitoes, aphids, and even rabbits. They’re especially good in vegetable gardens as they help repel bugs and worms that eat prized tomatoes and other crops.