According to Cheryl Meola many of following plants are mosquito repellents. You can find more info about the plants there on his blog here. This list also shares the plants listed on Prepper Central which are considered to be mosquito repellents.
(the pictures followed by the respective name of the plant as follows)
Ageratum or Floss Flower: Ageratum houstonianum.
Basil: Ocimum basilicum.
Cadaga Tree: Eucalyptus torelliana.
Catmint: Nepeta faassenii.
Catnip: Nepeta cataria.
Citronella Grass: Cymbopogon nardus.
Clove Tree: Syzygium aromaticum.
Horsemint or Lemon Beebalm: Monarda citriodora.
Lavender: Lavandula angustifolia.
Lemon Balm: Melissa officinalis.
Lemon Grass: Cymbopogon citrates.
Lemon Scented Geranium:Pelargonium crispum.
Lemon Verbena: Aloysia triphylla.
Mexican Marigold Mint: Tagetes lucida.
Mindanao Gum Tree: Eucalyptus deglupta.
Pennyroyal: Mentha pulegium.
Peppermint: Mentha piperita.
Pitcher Plant: Nepenthes alata.
Prostrate Rosemary: Rosmarinus officinalis ‘Prostrates’.
Red-Flowering Gum Tree: Eucalyptus ficifolia.
Roman Wormwood: Artemisia pontica.
Rosemary: Rosmarinus officinalis.
Silver Dollar Tree: Eucalyptus cinerea.
Stone root – Collinsonia canadensis
Sweet Fern – Comptonia peregrina
Tansy: Tanacetum vulgare.
Tea Tree – Melaleuca
Wormwood: Artemisia absinthium.
Wormwood: Artemisia ‘Powis Castle’.
Vanilla Leaf – Achlys triphylla
For complete article and details please read the original article written by the Author Cheryl Meola here at hi blog wwwhibiscusandmore.blogspot.com.es
Courtesy & Source: wwwhibiscusandmore.blogspot.com.es, www.preppercentral.net/, wikipedia and Google.
such useful and informative post…….thanks a lot
Thank you ma’m
This is an excellent article. It has some real useful information and all of the plants’ pictures are very neat. Thanks for posting this.
THank you 🙂 Credit goes to the original author
Many of these beneficial plants are news to me and (yippee) they are scattered across my landscape. I will nurture them this spring and bring them closer to our outdoor living spaces.
P.S. Will you reblog this next spring as a reminder?
Sure we could do it. By the way we are in India, so could you tell when the spring begins in your country? 🙂
Officially March 20th this year according to the equinox. 😀 That’s about the time blooms start in this region, a little later the further north you go.
🙂 sure we reblog it 🙂