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5 Plants That Act as Snake Repellent Plants

5 Plants That Act as Snake Repellent Plants

It’s Summer Time. All the pests seek refuge to escape from the sun. Meanwhile, snakes are looking for a place to obscure themselves from the hot weather. Nothing is more terrifying than having a snake in your backyard. There are many ways to keep snakes away from your home or backyard. Also, know the 5 plants that act as Snake Repellent Plants.¬†

Top 5 Plants That Keep the Snakes Away

1. West Indian Lemongrass

West Indian Lemongrass

The botanical name of West Indian lemongrass is Cymbopogon Citratus. There is another variant called East Indian lemongrass. It is also called Cochin grass or Malabar grass. So don’t confuse it with East Indian lemongrass. The West Indian lemongrass plants are easily available on eCommerce websites like Flipkart, and Amazon. 

The West Indian Lemongrass releases citrus fragrance from the leaves. Snakes hate the citrus fragrance, so they never crawl near these plants. This plant not only repels snakes, but it also repels mosquitoes in your garden. 

Tips: The west Indian lemongrass prefers full sun and grows in a temperature between 15-30 degrees Celsius. 

2. Kaffir Lime 

Kaffir Lime 

Kaffir Lime – called the Citrus hystrix or makrut lime. One of the best Snake Repellent Plants. Tropical Southeast Asia is the native of Kaffir Lime. The Leaves and Fruits of kaffir Lime are utilized to make perfume and south Asian cuisines. It has a lot of medicinal value. Kaffir Lime is available worldwide. 

The Strong smell of the Kaffir Lime makes the snake away from Your Garden. 

3. Society Garlic

 Society Garlic

The botanical name of Tulbaghia violacea and also called pink agapanthus, wild garlic, sweet garlic, and spring bulbs. This can be used in cooking as a substitute for Garlic. Also, it is used as an antifungal agent. The odor from Society Garlic like marijuana or skunk. This keeps the snake away from your spot. 

4. King of Bitters

King of Bitters

Because of its bitter properties, it acts like a snake repellent. More popular in India, Sri Lanka, and Malaysia. The botanical name of the king of bitters is Andrographis paniculata. It is mainly used for liver problems.

5. Clove Basil

Clove Basil

The botanical name of clove basil is Ocimum gratissimum. Also called Himalayan basil, Tree basil, East Indian basil, or African basil. It has a large number of nutrition values such as vitamins A and C, zinc, calcium, and iron. It is generally used for holy and medical purposes. The smell of cloves will repel all types of insects such as bed bugs, snakes, termites, mosquitoes, lizards, spiders, cockroaches, etc.
Whether it is summer or winter, having snake repellent plants in your garden will keep snakes from your spot. If you don’t have a garden to keep these snake-repellent plants, contact snake control services to avoid snakes on your spots.

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