Do Fleas Live on Houseplants?

Can fleas come from indoor plants or can they live in them?

By Valed from NY

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Fleas should not be able to live in plants, you might see one jump from a plant but they cannot sustain their lives on a plant or from the dirt. Fleas hate salt, and I always sprinkle the carpets and under bed sheets, etc with salt. Then later I will vacuum it up.

Blessings,

Robyn

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They can infest the plant, as well as the soil. Get some suggestions from your local nursery to help with what you need.

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