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Ashley’s natural insect repellent -   1 cup of grain alcohol, vodka or witch hazel mixed with 30 drops of essential oil.(Lavender, citronella, rosemary, rose geranium, lemon or tea tree)

small measures with ashley: natural insect repellents

Natural insect repellent - 1 cup of grain alcohol or witch hazel mixed with 30 drops of essential oil.(Lavender, citronella, rosemary, rose geranium, lemon or tea tree)

Russelia equisetiformis, Firecracker Fern, “An evergreen fernlike, flowering, drought tolerant perennial that is adapted to our fiery summers? Yes please, I’ll take two! This smallish, fern look alike, droops with ample of red and delicate blooms at spring and remains an interesting element during the winter when its intricate foliage stands out in the winter gloom. Thrives in both full sun and part shade. Drought tolerant.

Common Names: Firecracker Plant, Coral Plant, Coralblow, Fountain Plant Light: Full Sun/Part Shade Height: Spacing/Spread: Evergreen: Yes.

Kangaroo paws are native plants in Australia that thrive in warm and dry climates! Anigozanthos enjoy an extended blooming period in Southern California where the weather mimics native conditions in Australia.  Colours range from pale to vivid yellows, orange, reds, pinks, pale greens and blends. Make sure you don’t drown these plants with too much water and ensure that the soil has good drainage to avoid disease. See more at: http://edenmakersblog.com/?p=3503#sthash.dbRYALP0.dpuf

I designed a small entry garden for my brother and his wife based on three plants- Red  tree roses, red Kangaroo paws (Anigozanthos) and purple verbena.

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