Gardening expert shares how to create a slug-free border without ‘chemical warfare’

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“Once I’m happy, all I’ve got to do is get them in the ground.”

The gardening pro said there are many other plots slugs and snails will leave alone.

Some of those include thick, scrappy agapanthus, the coarse foliage of verbena bonariensis, lavender because of its strong scent and tough leathery leafed persicaria.

Matt said all these plants will be able to withstand the “20,000 teeth each slug uses on its slimy trail of destruction”.



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