What other plants attract spiders and/or repel bugs?

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I’m on a partial sun suburban plot of land in the southeastern U.S., actually Virginia. I know I can plant wormwood, mint, geraniums, and marigolds and use cedar chips to keep bugs away without using bug repellant. Also bug repelling candles, but we’re talking PLANTS here so focus! Thank you. Sorry I’m really not into gardening so I had to do some research. The most I was able to come up with look like mostly spices that attract a number of beneficial insects. I’ll post below: Many members of the Apiaceae (formerly known as Umbelliferae) family are excellent insectary plants. Fennel, angelica, coriander (cilantro), dill, and wild carrot all provide in great number the tiny flowers required by parasitic wasps. Various clovers, yarrow, and rue also attract parasitic and predatory insects. Low-growing plants, such as thyme, rosemary, or mint, provide shelter for ground beetles and other beneficial insects. Composite flowers (daisy and chamomile) and mints (spearmint, peppermint, or ... more
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