Availability depends on your location. Generally, you can find it in stores after the last frost of the year, although you might find a limited amount prior to then since Citronella can be grown it indoors. Store inventory will increase as the weather warms. We hope you find this helpful!
yes a few as of 3 PM Friday. maybe more tomorrow, they are right at the front door.
mine is usually outside in a pot but I brought him inside to survive the texas 21 freeze.
I mist mine or stroke them like a cat to release the citronella scent. it seems to help keep the mosquitoes away.
We use an indoor/outdoor bug zapper to catch bugs the come inside. The dog doesn't like the zapping sound, but it is effective.
You will need to contact some directly IN THE STORE's GARDEN AREA. I live in Arizona, so my info may not be the same as in your location. If they have it in stock, you can make an online purchase, and OPT to pick it up at your store. Thanks for contacting Home Depot.
south side of interstate 30 in rockwall just past Ridge Road exit.
I have read you can keep them inside, but like lilies try to give it some light placing near a window sometimes. However I do have mine outside in at least 3 hours of direct sun.
The plant I purchased was a small one but appeared healthy. I divided it and re-potted in two containers and, so far, both are doing well and growing as desired.
mine was in a pot but I brought him in to sit next to me. he and I survived the Texas freeze of 21. Don't push it, but mine is a tough little guy and he is blossoming right now.