Friday, March 20, 2015

~ For your garden! ~


Spring has sprung!  Well, not so much here although we are having some typical spring rains and thunderstorms. I had to have a jacket today.  Now, when it gets to 100 - 110 remind me of this!  :)


We certainly have the mosquitoes too!  I'm sure you seasoned gardeners know about these plants but I was unaware of all of them.  Just thought I'd share ~ let's see if they work!

7 comments:

  1. Yes, it is nice to have the sunshine, warmer weather and blooms:) BUT... the mosquitoes, ticks and other pests are not fun! Have a blessed and beautiful weekend dear friend, HUGS!

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  2. thank you!!!!!!!

    good grief but everyone has those &*(&^^%$ mosquitoes. hate 'em. not just because they bite. but because they can carry disease.

    thank you.

    Tessa

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  3. I plant some of these in boxes around our outside seating/firepit area. Oh - can't wait for some weather like that again. xo Diana

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  4. We don't generally have a problem with mosquitos, but this is good info to have anyway. I really do enjoy having fresh herbs right outside on my patio.

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  5. My mom frequently plants lemon balm and rosemary. I think I need to give some of these a try. As you probably know, Texas has terrible mosquitoes sometimes. Good tips!

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  6. Thank you Pat for sharing this. I wrote them all down. I would love to plant all of these around our front porch....that's where we like to sit out. Blessings, xoxo,Susie

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  7. I have most of these, but no lemon balm. I will definitely get some!

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