Category Archives: Tick repellent

Early Summer at Hillside Gardens

It has once again gotten unseasonably hot. We are a month ahead due to the weather and it has been a scramble to get everything planted for summer, and clear the beds of bolting plants from the winter crops. We … Continue reading

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Katie and the tick

I was going thru some things I wrote last year and came on this. It was written last April – so I thought it was apropros. Anyway, it’s a lesson and laugh in one punch. It’s once again tick season. … Continue reading

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Bug Off Mosquito, Tick and Bug Repellent KIT and Serum

  Finally a bug repellent with no harmful chemicals, smells nice, isn’t sticky, and works like a freight train! No bug bites. The serum alone is great for flying bugs. If you include the essential oils, it keeps off ticks. … Continue reading

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Repelling the bad bugs of summer

Insect Repellant without chemicals – mosquitoes, ticks etc. So many of the bug repellents on the market have chemicals and toxic elements in them. Even Neem causes reactions in some people. So, with some good research and experimenting with what … Continue reading

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