- Annuals - Ageratum, Campanula, Impatiens, Forget Me Nots, Scabiosa and Cineraria;
- Perennials - Achilleaa(Yarrow), Amaryllus, Aqualegia(Coral Bells), Artemesia, Aster, Tuberous Begonia, Campanula, Cyclamen, Dahlia, Dicentra (Bleeding Heart), Digitalis (Foxglove), Echinacea (Coneflower), Ferns, Gaillardia, Hemerocallis (Daylilly) Iris, Monarda (Bee Balm) and Verbena.
RACCOONS & RODENTS:
- Cinnamon & Black Pepper: Sprinkle liberally around the yard. These spices irritate a raccoons sense of smell and will quickly discourage them from foraging in your yard.
- Squash plants: The spiny vines deter animals.
- Rose Bushes: Plant a variety with a very thorny plant.
- Mint Herb: Raccoons, mice, rats, fleas, flies and ants cannot stand the smell of mint.
- Garlic Herb: Either plant your own, or if you're impatient you can squish many garlic cloves and leave them at the entrance of your garden.
- Daffodils: Deters mice, gophers, voles, squirrels, dogs, cats, raccoons.
BUGS & FLIES:
- Tanacetum Genus (also known as Tansy, Feverfew or Phyrethrum). Repels moths, flies, ants, mosquitoes, cockroaches, mites, bedbugs and mice with its strong smell. Plant around doorways
- Lavender. Repels flies and silverfish fleas.