Here in South Carolina, spring is almost in full swing. That means people are going to start planting their gardens and tending to their lawns again. At the same time, pests are returning in droves. So, what if you could plant your garden, tend to the lawn, and protect your property from pests all at the same time? That’s where pest-repelling plants come in. By adding pest-repelling plants to your garden, landscape, and around entrances to your home, you’ll be naturally preventing pests for months to come. Here are a few of the best pest-repelling plants to plant in your South Carolina garden and lawn this year.