Here are some helpful methods to keep cats out of your garden: Texture Cats
prefer gardens with soft, dry dirt or sand. Anything pointy or bristly will help deter
Of course, from a cat's point of view, a bed with fresh mulch or turned soil is a ...
Oct 13, 2015 ... How to Keep Cats Out of a Garden. You love your garden—and, unfortunately, it
seems like all the neighborhood cats love it, too. If you notice ...
If you have not planted a flower bed yet, but you anticipate having trouble
keeping cats out of your yard, be aware that one of the most effective cat
repellents is ...
Rather than trying to keep cats out of one part of the garden, you also can use
plants to lure them to another. Try keeping the cats out of your flower bed by
www.ask.com/youtube?q=Keeping Cats out of Flower Beds&v=r-xBz0kUIW0
Feb 22, 2014 ... This is how my dad keeps cats of garden . It seems to work well.
10 Tips for Keeping Cats out of Yards & Gardens ... Push wooden chopsticks or
10-inch plant stakes into flowerbeds every eight inches to discourage digging ...
This is a guide about keeping cats out of the garden. ... Because cats like soft, dig
-able soil, every year my flower gardens were at risk of my cat using them as a ...
Mar 2, 2015 ... There is no one perfect and easy solution on how to keep cats out of flower beds.
Here are some suggestions.
How to keep cats out of flower beds. Layer the top of the soil with pine cones or
sprinkle cinnamon to keep them out! I've had a few friends with this problem.