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When your dog has fleas, it’s bad for them and for you. Placing fresh leaves in your pet’s bedding and to rub through the pet’s coat can ward off fleas. http://www.thegardenfountainstore.com/

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Flies and mosquitoes are no fun, and they sure do come around in the summertime. Plant fennel near doorways and windows to repel them. http://www.thegardenfountainstore.com/
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Garden design tips: have you ever made your own anti-fungal spray? Simply pour one liter of boiling water over two firmly packed cupfuls of fresh annual and perennial chamomile flowers, steep, then strain. http://www.thegardenfountainstore.com/

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Aphids, bean flies, stink bugs, horned bugs, crickets, grasshoppers – garlic spray can kill or repel them all. http://www.thegardenfountainstore.com/
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Planting basil nearby can go a long way towards keeping beans, tomatoes and cabbages safe. http://www.thegardenfountainstore.com/

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Protect yourself when using, making or storing pesticides. That means: gloves, goggles, long-sleeved shirts and pants. http://www.thegardenfountainstore.com/

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Our fountain stores salute the brave men and women who serve our country so nobly. http://www.thegardenfountainstore.com/articles
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Ants and mice can spend the summer outside. A good garden design and gardening tip to follow is: sage brushes near doorways should keep ants away, and garden sage with your vegetables should ward off mice. http://www.thegardenfountainstore.com/
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Apply clear, waterproof silicone to both the Frank Lloyd Wright planter base and inside the planter receptacle of the urn. http://www.thegardenfountainstore.com/articles
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Garden Design and Gardening tip 2: You don’t need to coddle codling moth. Deter them from your fruit trees by surrounding those trees with lavender bushes. http://www.thegardenfountainstore.com/
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