Is there something I can put on the leaves of my geraniums to keep the cars from biting them? They have pretty much demolished the potted palm, but it’s coming back.
Our first suggestion would be to try growing something that is okay for your pet to munch on. Cat grass and catnip are safe alternatives that you can put on the floor near their food bowl and will satisfy their need and desire for fresh greens. Cats sometimes chew plants because they are lacking specific nutrients in their diet. Our greenhouse cat Gizzy loves to snack on the fresh cat grass and catnip that we grow and he does not bother the other plants. If this does not help you may try spritzing the leaves with water and then sprinkling with cayenne pepper to make the plant unappealing. Best of luck!