DIY cat repellant spray for plants

I need to know how to make a homemade cat repellent for house plants.Joe from Tecumseh, NE
But what if your nuisance cat is not that easily scared? In that case your bestbet is some form of natural scent repellant. Just recently a garden plant has been developedcalled ColeusCanina that cats, dogs and even foxes will avoid. Coleus Canina is also known as the "pee-offplant" orthe "scaredy cat" coleus This attractive Coleus has excellent foliage and small, attractivespikes of blue flowers in the summer. It releases a stench that cats just can’t stand. Thankfully itonly smells to the human nose when touched! Could this be the solution to your feline intruder problemsyou’ve been longing for? The plant is an annual, but can easily be propagated and cuttings kept in afrost-free place over winter. Plants need to be established before the smell is released. They need tobe in drier rather than wet soil and planted every 1-2 yards.
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Aristopet's Home and Garden repellent has been specially designed to deter cats and dogs away from any area you want. The home and garden spray can be used outside around gardens, fences, letter boxes and bins and inside around furniture, pot plants and curtains. 'Blue Mound' Rue Perennial - 4 Plants - Ruta - Insect/Mosquito/Cat Repellent - $9.99Do cat repellent plants actually work The Scaredy CatDo cat repellent plants actually work The Scaredy Cat
When cats dig they damage your small tender plants andseedlings. And without an effective cat repellant their tendency to leave a little "calling card" inthe borders will be an unpleasant surprise when you settle down to do a bit of hand weeding. CATNIP (Nepeta cataria) We all know that cats love catnip, but this perennial also has a quite a reputable history as a medicinal herb. One trait that this plant is less known for is its mosquito-repelling ability. The natural oil within the leaves has been proven to be ten times more effective than DEET at repelling mosquitoes. Plant catnip around your patio and deck, but remember while you’re repelling mosquitoes, you may be attracting a few of your feline neighbours.A selection of cat repellent plants to keep cats away. Learn about Coleus Canina and other plants that deter cats from your garden by clicking hereBest Cat Repellent Plants If cats are a nuisance in your garden, consider buying some plants that are known cat repellents. Much as cats love catnip, there are some scents which they hate, and scie...Best Cat Repellent Plants If cats are a nuisance in your garden, consider buying some plants that are known cat repellents. Much as cats love catnip, there are some scents which they hate, and scie...This spray is safe to use on your furniture and all other indoor and outdoor items and plants. This spray is great for training your cat or repelling the neighborhood cats.Best Cat Repellent Plants If cats are a nuisance in your garden, consider buying some plants that are known cat repellents. Much as cats love catnip, there are some scents which they hate, and scie...Liquid Fence® Dog & Cat Repellent is described as being made from natural plant oils. The active ingredients are citronella oil, eugenol, garlic oil, sodium lauryl sulfate, cinnamon oil, and geraniol. The other ingredients, composing 98.3%, are water and lime.