Bugs can be a real pain. They not only annoy and bite people...they can also wreak havoc on plants. To keep your plants safe from pests, make my homemade bug spray for plants and keep your flowers, herbs, vegetables and other plants insect free!
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It's so disheartening when you spend time caring for your plants, only to have bugs wreak havoc on them. There are tons of chemical laced plant sprays that kill or deter bugs like aphids and other critters, but you don't really need them. All you need is a couple of household ingredients to make your own natural bug spray for plants.
What's in Homemade Bug Spray for Plants?
2 tablespoons of Castile Soap ( Purchase HERE )
10 drops of Lavender Essential Oil ( Purchase HERE )
1 ½ cups of water
Spray Bottle ( Purchase HERE )
How Do You Make Bug Spray for Plants?
Add the Castile soap, lavender and water to a clean spray bottle and shake well before each use.
To use, spray plants liberally with the lavender Castile soap mixture and leave it...no rinsing necessary.
The mixture will not only get rid of the bugs eating your plants, but it will also deter them from coming back. Because Castile soap is a plant based soap, this mixture is safe for flowers, plants and herbs too!
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