How do I keep my cat from knocking over or eating my indoor plants?
Janet Pizaro on Jun 05, 2017Spray the pots with a citrus essential oilHelpful Reply
Sandra Allen on Jun 05, 2017You can also put dried citrus peel in the dirt. They hate citrus. As for knocking them over, you may have to go with heavier planters. I hope this helps.Helpful Reply
Lisa Peters on Jun 06, 2017Thanks Sandra. I will try both.Helpful Reply
Alan Holloway on Jun 06, 2017If the cats are climbing up into the pots, you could try placing bird deterrent spikes in the pots. I found some at Lowes which were clear plastic mats with short two inch spikes set about 2" apart in a grid pattern. I cut the mats to fit my pots, and I put some peat moss over them to hide the spikes. My cats learned very quickly to stay out of my plants.Helpful Reply
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