All-in-One Mosquito Repellent Garden Variety Pack

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NEW!  All-in-One Mosquito Repellent Garden Variety Pack includes an assortment of our 15 most popular varieties proven to fight-off mosquitoes.

Ordinary repellents and sprays are full of nasty chemicals that you probably don't want to put onto your family, and bug zappers are annoying. It also can be debated, how effective candles or incense really are.

Grow these plants in your garden to repel mosquitoes, naturally!   Seeds are all individually packaged.

Includes all of the following varieties:

1. Basil, Italian Large leaf

  • Appx. 120 seeds

  • The Italian Large Leaf Basil plant will produce medium to large leaves that can measure up to 4" long! It is an heirloom variety that is extremely fragrant. Grow basil in your backyard to control mosquitoes.

2. Basil, Lemon

  • Appx. 120 seeds

  • Beautiful and flavorful small basil leaves. Leaves have a unique lemon scent.

    Very easy to grow.

    Basil emits its aroma without crushing the leaves.

    Grow basil in your backyard to control mosquitoes. Plant basil in pots so you can move them around easily.

    To keep the mosquitoes away from your body, rub a handful of crushed basil leaves on your skin.

3. Genovese Basil

  • Appx. 120 seeds

  • Genovese Basil is a classic! It's prized for being sweet with undertones of a spicy flavor. You can't beat it's aroma.   These plants grow anywhere from 18"-24" inches.
    Basil emits its aroma without crushing the leaves.

    Grow basil in your backyard to control mosquitoes. Plant basil in pots so you can move them around easily.

    To keep the mosquitoes away from your body, rub a handful of crushed basil leaves on your skin.

4. Catnip

  • Appx. 240 seeds

  • Catnip is also a VERY effective mosquito repellent.

    According to, nepetalactone, the essential oil in catnip that gives the plant its characteristic odor, is about ten times more effective at repelling mosquitoes than DEET — the compound used in most commercial insect repellents.

    Simply grow catnip near the backyard or patio of your house.

5. Lavender

  • Appx. 50 seeds

  • Lavandula angustifolia, English Lavender, is one of the most beautiful seeds you can plant in your garden.

    The oils from lavender flowers are used to make medicines and many other household remedies.
    Lavender repels mosquitoes because mosquitoes dislike the scent of the lavender plant.

    The lavender plant is very easy to grow!

    To make a chemical-free mosquito solution, just mix lavender essential oil in water and apply directly on your skin.

    Plant lavender in pots around seating areas on your patio, backyard and garden to control mosquitoes.

6. Lemon Balm

  • Appx. 80 seeds

  • The lemon balm plant produces beautiful lemon scented leaves.

    For an easy homemade repellent, crush lemon balm leaves and then rub them onto your skin. Keep the plants growing near doorways where the leaves will be readily available when you need them.

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7. Lemon Grass

  • Appx. 65 seeds.

    Lemon Grass is a tropical plant that produces a thick grass that can even be used for flavoring many culinary dishes. It can also be used to make medicinal tea for the treatment of digestive issues and fever/flu-like symptoms.

    The long lemon grass leaves should be collected by snipping them off with scissors anywhere from mid summer on.

    Mosquitoes do not care for the fragrance of lemon grass.

    Grow these attractive "grasses" near walkways and near seating areas to deter them.

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8. Herb Mix

  • Appx. 120 seeds

  • Great multi-purpose variety to grow in your garden that grows well in containers.

    Basil emits its aroma without crushing the leaves.

    Grow basil in your backyard to control mosquitoes. Plant basil in pots so you can move them around easily.

    To keep the mosquitoes away from your body, rub a handful of crushed basil leaves on your skin.

9. Basil, Greek

  • Appx. 120 seeds

  • Produces fragrant small green basil leaves with white flowers.
    Excellent as a garnish or seasoning.
    Greek basil is preferred by most culinary chefs. Can be grown indoors in containers.

10. Marigold, Sparky

  • Appx. 120 seeds

  • Finely cut dark green leaves. Flat leaves. Use this parsley for garnishing, and culinary decoration. Tolerates heat better than most varieties.

11. Pennyroyal

  • Appx. 100 seeds

  • "Crushed pennyroyal stems stuck in your hat and pockets really will repel gnats and mosquitoes. Dog owners often see their dogs rolling in pennyroyal patches, and dog instincts can usually be trusted." -source ""

12. Rosemary

  • Appx. 20 seeds

  • Excellent flavor and extremely fragrant. Perfect to use fresh or dried. Can also be used to flavor many culinary varieties such as meats, soups, and sauces. And even used for treating headaches and known to improve circulation. Perfect for containers.

    "A simple repellent spray is made by adding 1 cup dried rosemary to a quart of water, boiling it in a pot for 20 to 30 minutes.

    Pour a quart of cool water into another container (that holds at least half a gallon), then strain the rosemary water into the container. Pour small amounts of the blend into squirt bottles to apply directly to skin and outdoor pets.

    Store the unused portions in the refrigerator; discard it when it no longer smells strongly of rosemary."

    - source:

13. Sage

  • Appx. 25 seeds

  • Burn a little sage over coals to repel mosquitoes!  Works great.

14. Tansy

  • Appx.100 seeds

  • Tansy (Tanacetum vulgare) is a perennial, herbaceous flowering plant of the aster family, native to temperate Europe and Asia.

    Tansy is a strong herb, beautiful & yet suitable for growing around doorways to act as an mosquito deterrent.

15.  Wormwood

  • Appx. 350 seeds

  • Wormwood can make a lovely, unique border and the strong odor does a good job of keeping mosquitoes at bay.

    Note: Do not rub on skin.


The threat of contracting a disease from a mosquito is very real. Not only are humans being infected with dangerous illnesses, so are animals including household pets. Over one million people are said to die each year from contracting diseases from mosquitoes. In the US, the most common disease is West Nile, but they also carry diseases like malaria, dengue fever, dog heartworm, chikungunya and the recent Zika Virus, which is responsible for outbreaks in tropical areas throughout the world and was found in 2015 for the first time in the Western Hemisphere. More can be learned about the Zika Virus, here.

NEW!  Mosquito Repellent Variety Pack includes an assortment of our 15 most popular varieties proven to fight-off mosquitoes.  Order your variety pack today and grow these plants in your garden to repel mosquitoes, naturally!


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All Herb & 

All Fruit & 

Sampler Packs
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- Medicinal Herbs
- Culinary Herbs
- Flowers & Pollinators

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- Amaranth
- Angelica
- Anise
- Arugula
- Basil
- Bee Balm
- Black Root (Scorzonera)
- Borage
- Caraway
- Cardoon
- Catmint
- Catnip
- Chamomile
- Chervil
- Chives
- Cilantro (Coriander)
- Cumin
- Dandelion
- Dill 
- Echinacea
- Edible Chrysanthemum
- Endive
- Epazote
- Fennel
- Fenugreek 
- Flowers
- Horehound
- Hyssop
- Lavender
- Lemon Balm
- Lemon Grass
- Lovage
- Lunaria (Honesty Plant)
- Lupine

- Marigold
- Marjoram
- Mint 
- Mugswort
- Nasturtium
- Nodding Catchfly
- Oregano
- Parsley
- Peppermint
- Perilla (Japanese Basil)
- Phacelia
- Purslane
- Rosemary
- Rue

- Sage
- Salad Burnet
- Shasta Daisy
- Shiso
- Shungiku

- Soapwort
- Spearmint
- Summer Savory
- Sunflower
- Sweet Woodruff
- Tansy
- Tarragon
- Thyme
- True Watercress
- Wildflower Mixes
- Wormwood
- Yarrow 
- Zinnia


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- Carrot
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- Celery
- Chicory
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- Collard Greens
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- Eggplant
- Endive
- Fennel
- Garlic
- Gourd
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- Kale
- Kohlrabi
- Leek
- Leafy Greens
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- Melon
- Micro-greens
- Mustard

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