Homemade Cat Repellent

How can I make homemade cat repellent for flowerbeds?

By Coy from Edmond, OK

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September 3, 20071 found this helpful
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Try a half hardy plant called Coleus Canina, also known as Scardy Cat. It will grow in any kind of soil, has grey/green foliage, tiny blue flowers, and when crushed emits a foul odor. But cats cannot bear this plant at all. Plants need full sun or partial shade and require protection from frost during winter.

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Steve

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Put your orange & lemon peels in the flowerbeds.

Cats hate citrus smell.

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