Snakes Repellent Plants | You can grow in your garden Easily!

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Snakes Repellent Plants | You can easily Grow in Garden

According to some websites they claim that if you have these plants you can repel snakes from your garden.

This is claimed by many other websites so these are the plants that you can try in your garden and you can see by your self if it is possible or not.


Marigolds have been stereotyped, but they offer tremendous variety. Both the African and French marigolds are generally aromatic.

The Mother-in-law’s tongue (Variegated snake plant)

These plants are among the toughest of all houseplants—they can withstand virtually any conditions, from dark to bright. The only way to surely kill them is to overwater or never water at all.

Pink agapanthus

Pink agapanthus is a fast-growing, clumping perennial with narrow, garlic-scented leaves and large umbels of fragrant lilac flowers in summer and early fall. It grows to 2 feet tall. Leaves can be used in soups and salads.


The herb is significantly effective in regulating blood pressure, as it calms the agitated mind, lowers the blood pressure, provides soothing effect against hypertension, insanity, and thus best known for its anti-depressant and anti-hypertensive properties.

Lemon Grass (Cymbopogon Citratus)

Lemongrass is widely used as a culinary herb in Asian cuisines and also as medicinal herb in India. It has a subtle citrus flavor and can be dried and powdered, or used fresh. It is commonly used in teas, soups, and curries.

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