POTS and PLANTERS:
To repel squirrels from uprooting plants, spray your newly planted flowers with I Must Garden Squirrel Repellent. When you prepare nice fluffy soil in a planter or pot, a squirrel is simply looking for some tasty treasure that he thinks is buried there. In his search, he’ll dig up your nice young plants and cast them aside to wither and die. Spray your plants and pots before the squirrels discover them and save yourself time and frustration! Keep in mind, that it’s always easier to prevent an animal’s bad habit, than to break it.
Spray plants in flower beds on mulch to prevent squirrels from uprooting plants.
Spray the bark of trees to repel squirrels and keep them from chewing on bark and tender branches.
Thoroughly spray bulbs, let dry and then plant. Once planted, spray soil surface.
Generously spray hoses, outdoor furniture, pots, garbage cans, irrigation lines, etc to prevent destructive damage caused by squirrels.