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To keep cats out of a garden, lay down chicken wire in a planting bed above the soil before planting crops or flowers. Cats do not enjoy walking on chicken wire and are unlikely to attempt it a second time. More »

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Keep your garden pristine by repelling cats from your yard using a few simple methods. You need chicken wire, wire cutters, water, cat repellents and lavender. More »

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Motion detection sprinklers and sharp objects planted sparingly throughout the garden help ward off cats. Cats dislike the smell of vinegar, citrus fruits, human hair, rue, lavender, rosemary and lemon thyme, so using th... More »

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