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

Answer 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.

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