Japanese Beetles can have a devastating effect on a garden. They especially like to eat roses, apples, peaches, plums and berries, but in a pinch they’ll eat anything in a garden.
In this article, the Herb Gardener explains why Japanese Beetles are proliferating, how Japanese Beetles scout for feeding grounds, and how to get rid of them. He also includes a nice list of plants that Japanese Beetles hate. For example, mint, chives, leeks, tansy, and white chrysanthemums cause Japanese Beetles to detour around your garden.
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