Marigold Seed Harvest?

Answer With their sunny flowers and easy care, marigolds (Tagetes sp.) make their way into many gardens year after year. Besides having attractive blooms, marigolds also repel many vegetable garden pests.... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Marigold Seed Harvest

Amaryllis have seed pods...when and how do i harvest them how hard are they to grow from seed?

It seems easy enough... but the seeds need to be planted soon after the capsule matures and opens. If you delay, the seeds may die. As the flower fades, the pod at the base of the flower will swel... Read More »

What Are the Marigold Seed Directions?

Marigolds are a hardy annual flower that must be planted every year in order to enjoy. They come in a variety of colors including yellow, orange, russet and white. You can purchase marigold plants ... Read More »

How long does it take for a marigold seed to sprout?

Marigold seeds germinate, or sprout, in 3 to 5 days when kept at 75 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Seeds don't need light to sprout, so cover them lightly with a germinating medium and keep them moist b... Read More »

When should you sow marigold seed in Boston Massachusetts and with what vegetables and herbs?

Marigolds In general, marigolds are planted in the spring and summer months anytime after frost. They are wonderful companion plants for lettuce, potatoes, tomatoes, roses, and beans.