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Snails in the garden - do without these plants

Snails in the garden - do without these plants


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Snails eat almost everything

Snails are a nuisance in every garden. They stop at almost nothing and eat everything. You should therefore not plant certain plants.

Snails eat almost everything
You can hardly keep up with collecting, you can catch a few with traps, but hardly all and if you are not careful, the animals reproduce so quickly that you only have eaten plants in the garden. You can prevent this while planting your garden. Because snails avoid a lot of things. You should largely avoid the following plants, as these are at the top of the snail's menu.

Snails in the garden - do without these plants
"Vegetables: lettuce, spinach, radishes, carrots, peppers, cabbage, cucumbers, peas, beans, rhubarb, radish and also pumpkin.
"Alternatively, you can plant the following varieties where snails do not attack.
"Vegetables: onions, tomatoes, asparagus, celery, chives, leeks, parsley, garlic, endive, radicchio.
"Flowers: columbine, astilbe, fat hen, purple bells, carnations, lily of the valley, lavender, lady's mantle and meadowsweet.
"Flowers: usury flowers, student flowers, sunflower, marigold, mug mallow, delphinium, coneflower, splendor chart, burning love, chrysanthemum, aconite, bellflower, lily and also the lupine.

This is how you protect your garden and show the snails that there is little to get from you.



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