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Worried of snakes? These plants repels snakes from your garden Certain plants like marigold, wormwood, West Indian lemon grass, Sarpgandha and garlic are natural repellent against snakes. These plants have bitter tastes and strong smells that cause discomfort and disorientation to snakes when they slither over them.

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Snakes are an essential part of the ecosystem. However, many species possess defensive traits that are harmful, or even deadly, to humans. Therefore, if you live in a snake prone area, try using certain plants that repel both venomous and non-venomous snakes around your garden, activity areas, and household entryways.

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Which Types of Plants Repel Snakes? Wormwood, tulbaghia violacea, West Indian lemongrass, Sarpagandha and andrographis paniculata can help repel snakes. Garlic, cinnamon oil, and clove oil can also be used. There are several methods to keep snakes away from gardens and yards that don't involve the use of harmful chemicals. Creative landscaping ...

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Plants which deter snakes into the compound Rutonyi Huzaifah, also a gardener says pink agapathus is one of the plants which repel snakes in the compound. Agapathus looks like an onion, its green ...

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Marigold plants are grown in some areas to deter mosquito's . Marigold plants are also planted in some farmlands as they secrete chemicals from their roots which deter eel-worm (nematodes) which ...

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Poisonous snakes are the last thing you want to find coiled up under your prize rose bush or anywhere in your yard. Some snakes are beneficial: the gopher snake can help keep pesky critters under control and the colorful king snake is said to dine on rattlesnakes. Snakes are not harmful to any of your plants, but ...

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Snakes do not actually damage the garden -- in fact, common varieties prey on other pests such as slugs, mice, voles and beetles. However, poisonous species are a serious threat to green thumbs ...

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The perfect way to keep snakes out of your yard is to plant mint around the border. Snakes hate it and you have a wonderful plant for cooking and teas. You could also lay hemp rope around the border of the yard, snakes won't cross it. The only thing left after that is to get rid of the snakes that are now trapped in the yard. LOL

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Marigolds (Tagetes spp.) are known for their bright, cheery flowers and their pungent odor, which is said to deter nematodes, insects and even snakes in the garden. Researchers haven't found much ...