Very easy to grow. Start indoors 6-8 weeks before first frost, then transplant after threat of frost has passed. Alternately, direct sow outdoors 1 inch apart, then thin to 6 inches apart once seedlings have 1-2 sets of true leaves. Marigolds prefer full sun and moderate water.
When to Plant Marigolds
Sow seeds directly into the garden once the soil is warm in the spring. You can start seeds indoors, but they germinate so easily outside that there's really no advantage.
Many take several weeks, months, and some even up towards a year depending on dormancy, region, season etc. It is important that the buyer understands that seeds are perishable products and seed germination can be adversely affected by such factors as mold/fungus, bugs, temperature, moisture content, light intensity, dormancy, care, contamination of planting media among many other reasons
Please stored in a cool, dry place
The loss caused by the climate conditions or improper cultivation techniques, seed prices outside the economic responsibility
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