Keep the cats out of the kids sandbox with Coleus Canina (aka Scaredy Cat Plant): An attractive foliage plant, Coleus canina also has a smell abhorrent to cats. The plant has striking grey-green foliage, which gives off a strong aroma especially when touched and in summer it produces heads of lovely pale blue flowers. If planted in a container this can be moved around the garden protecting different areas from cats. Thankfully it only smells to humans when touched.

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Coleus Canina or the "Piss-Off" plant. A kind of mint that cats hate, got to find it!

Coleus Canina or the "Piss-Off" plant. A kind of mint that cats hate, got to find it! Apparently cats don't like lavendar either!

Coleus Canina: The Cat Repellent Plant Should plant this to keep help deter the nasty neighborhood cats.

Coleus Canina: The Cat Repellent Plant Should plant this to keep help deter the nasty neighborhood cats.

Coleus Canina, I adore cats, but if you don't want them in your garden this is one of the plants they hate

Coleus canina – Scarethecat Plant

When you pull and dig those nasty weeds out of the garden bed, nothing worse than having your hand touch what a cat has burried in there. It is the smelly and sticky cat poo. It happened to …

Natural Cat Repellants for your garden | gardeningknowhow.com   (may also deter rabbits and dogs)       Short-term:  Cut-up lemons, oranges or other citrus fruit and place them in your garden      Long-term:  Plant “Scaredy Cat”  (coleus canina), lavender, rosemary or pennyroyal.

How To Repel Cats - Keeping Cats Out Of Garden Areas

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Toxic. Coleus canina...dog-be-gone, scardy cat, skunk weed...this plant is a rabbit, squirrel, dog and cat deterrent. Great to keep the cayotes out.

Coleus Canina prefers a sunny spot although they will grow in shade and are drought resistant but they aren’t hardy and need protection from frost. It is also known as the scare cats plant.

Coleus Canina herb plants-drives cats & dogs out of your garden! Easy to propagate-probably need many!

Coleus Canina herb plants-drives cats & dogs out of your garden! Easy to propagate-probably need many!

Organic Dogbane | Coleus canina plant - herbcottage Plectranthus caninus.? Or Plectranthus neochilus ?

DogbaneBotanical Name: Coleus caninaDogbane is a perennial herb from the mint family, which grows to 15 cm high or 30 cm when the flowers stalks appear. The plant takes on the appearance of a semi-succulent, with its light green

Kattenschrik Coleus canina

Kattenschrik Coleus canina

lavender | plant around the garden to KEEP THE CATS AWAY. This would help to keep the male spray from the garden too... being the fall guy to catch the spray before it can hit the veggies!

Best Cat Repellent Plants

Best Cat Repellent Plants -- HubPages ~thinking of trying some potted lavender or rosemary on the dining room table.

Coleus canina by gabagoo

Coleus canina by gabagoo

scaredy cat plant (coleus canina

Coleus canina - dogs dont really like the smell, so hopefully they wont dig in it

COLEUS CANINA  or Scaredy Cat plant, Protect your garden from animals' digging and fouling, without using chemicals. This unusual border plant, releases a scent that dogs and cats can't tolerate, though it is inoffensive to humans. This drought-tolerant annual will show spikes of blue flowers in summer. Repels cats, dogs, foxes, squirrels and rabbits. It smells stronger than marigolds when bruised. It should be put somewhere that won't receive constant touching by legs or feet passing by.

COLEUS CANINA or Scaredy Cat plant, Protect your garden from animals' digging and fouling, without using chemicals. This unusual border plant, releases a scent that dogs and cats can't tolerate, though it is inoffensive to humans. This drought-tolerant annual will show spikes of blue flowers in summer. Repels cats, dogs, foxes, squirrels and rabbits. It smells stronger than marigolds when bruised. It should be put somewhere that won't receive constant touching by legs or feet passing by.

Coleus canina, anti chat et anti chien

Coleus canina, anti chat et anti chien

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