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Sacrificial Garden Planning

Although unconventional, the method of using sacrificial gardens to control pests and animals is effective. A sacrificial garden is a gardening method that supplies plants that either attract harmful pests away from, or natural predators to, the plants that you are trying to protect.

 

The scarifical garden planners below can guide you on how to best protect your garden using nasturtiums, lettuce, lavender and verbena, or cabbage and lamb's ear.

 

Using Nasturtiums

Sacrificial Garden Plan Using Nasturtiums

 

Using Lettuce
Sacrificial Garden Plan Using Lettuce
 
Using Lavender and Verbena
Sacrificial Garden Plan Using Lavender and Verbena
 
Using Cabbage and Lamb's Ear
Sacrificial Garden Plan Using Cabbage and Lamb's ear