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from Crazy Adventures in Parenting

Natural, Non-Toxic Bug Spray with Young Living Essential Oils

Chart of which essential oils to use to repel insects. in five years since i bought my home i have never had any kind of chemical fumigation. ive used nothing but doterra oils, and happy to say ive had success. visit

How to kill aphids Throw the peel of lemons into 300ml of boiling water and leave to simmer for half an hour or so. Meanwhile, pour the lemon juice into a spray can or a watering can with a rose and spray the affected leaves and stems on your plants. Aphids hate citrus, and will either die or disappear, leaving your plants to recover beautifully.

from Hello Glow

10 Bug Repelling Plants Your Backyard Needs

10 Bug-Repelling Plants Your Backyard Needs | http://hellonatural.co/10-bug-repelling-plants-your-backyard-needs/

from Natural Living Ideas

How To Get Rid Of Aphids: 12 Organic Methods That Work

I love spring and summer...but not the bugs so much! This natural insect repellent is wonderful!! It smells so much better than commercial repellents and is synthetic free! Remember, this is exactly what these oils do in nature for the plants they are derived from....ward off predators! dōTERRA offers Terrashield in a spray, but I find I need a little extra protection from those pesky bugs! In a 2 oz glass spray bottle combine; 10 drops Lavender (naturally repels moths, fleas, flies &

DIY Pest Control Recipes for a Bug Free Home. Would also add l as lavender repels midges.
from DIY & Crafts

DIY Pest Control Recipes for a Bug Free Home + Pest Control Calendar - DIY &...

These beautiful flowers can actually help repel insect and soil pests, with an added bonus of creating a colorful focal point to your vegetable garden! Petunias, nasturtiums, chrysanthemums, geraniums, marigolds, and dahlias can all contribute to your vegetable garden health!