Foxtail, silky bent grass, shepherd's purse, quack grass, and creeping thistle are some of the preferred weeds.
Blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, apples, pears, and other high-water-content foods are favorites of rodents.
Mice can find refuge in dense ground cover such as ivy or vinca. Such plants' density and shelter can be particularly appealing.
The main vegetation that will attract mice to your home is corn and seeds. Corn kernels on a cob are a sweet treat for them to eat.
Mice are drawn to any type of vegetable that grows close to or in the ground. These can include potatoes, zucchini, carrots, and other vegetables.
A mouse can eat newly sown peas [and] beans seeds and defoliate seedlings by nibbling on the foliage.
Because of the seeds, mice enjoy eating nuts. They enjoy seeds and nuts because they are high in protein.
Sunflowers may appear large and beautiful in the garden, but their seeds are a tasty treat for mice. Squirrel chipmunks, and raccoons are also drawn to sunflower seeds.