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Mosquito Shoo Geranium | 1 cent Sale

This Mosquito Shoo Geranium does just what it’s name says and best of all, it’s on the 1 cent list right now (as of 5/10/2013). That means you buy the first plant and the second one cost you a penny.

One cent sale items are only guaranteed at time of posting and could change at any time.

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Geranium, Mosquito Shoo

Geranium, Mosquito Shoo

Do you like to picnic but can’t stand the mosquitoes? SEND TODAY for this amazing, Mosquito-repellent geranium! Mosquito Shoo Geranium is a richly-colored plant that grows up to 2′ tall. One plant is said to repel mosquitoes for about 10 square feet. (We can’t promise for sure). But we tested it by placing a few plants in a mosquito infested area and the mosquitoes sure did disappear in a hurry! The Mosquito Shoo Geranium releases the pleasant odor of oil of citronella. People enjoy the smell, but it drives mosquitoes away. Hypoallergenic and EASY TO GROW. It thrives outdoors in summer time. Bring indoors in winter. Potted plants.


When you’re away from home, check out these other Natural Mosquito Repellants to help control these pesky little guys.

 

 

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