How Do I Keep Cats Out My Garden?

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1. Plant pungent herbs and plants that cats don't like. Buy rosemary, sage and pepper plants, which you may enjoy but cats will avoid. 2. Set up a motion-detecting sprinkler. The
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The most effective repellent would be a dog, But if you don't have one, or are not planning on getting one, then here are some tips to keep those pesky felines away!. 1. Don't leave
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1 If you are not a neat, garden person, try overgrowing your grass . Cats are domesticated Tigers and Lions, so they love long grass to make there own 'jungle.' 2 Have Bamboo leaves
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1. Pinch the plants by removing the top growth and the first leaves. Start in spring when the new growth stands 4 to 6 inches high. Continue pinching new growth until midsummer. Pinching
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You can keep cats out of your garden by using commercially available cat repellents such as 'Pest-Stop Cat Repeller Rods'. You may also use herbs such as geranium, lemon thyme, and pennyroyal to keep cats away.
To keep cats out of the garden, you can use natural remedies such as pepper, mustard powder or try fencing your garden. One may also use cat repellents products such as Sprays, Cat Repellent Rods and Defenders.
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