Sorry, I know they advertise things that way, including mosquito shoo geranium. But I think it is mostly a myth that there is anything you can grow "in a few pots" that will keep mosquitos away just by being there. Mosquitos fly and they will happily fly over your repellant plants, even though they would not land on them.
I used to have a little thing (a smaller cheaper version of this:
I can't find the smaller, cheaper version any more)
It is a fan, blowing across a cake of geranium oil, which is one of the best mosquito repellants. If you bring it out half an hour before you come out so the scent can build up, it does a good job of keeping mosquitos away from a deck sized area.
You could do the same kind of thing by suspending some crushed lemon balm or whatever over a candle or incandescent light bulb far enough so it won't burn, but close enough so it gets warmed and diffuses. Better would be to infuse oil with it and soak a pad in that. Or you can just buy geranium essential oil and use that.
But the essential oils are very concentrated. In the plant they are not concentrated like that and are locked up inside the plant. It isn't going to keep mosquitos away just sitting there. One thing I do is rub the deck railings with my crushed repellant leaves. I think it helps, but has to be renewed every time you go out and it is not real good for the wood finish.
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