Plant Marigolds in the Vegetable Garden!

Marigolds in the Vegetable Garden? Yes! Learn about the many benefits of adding marigolds to your own garden this year!

Do you plant flowers among your vegetables?

We’re planting marigolds in our vegetable bed this year, after I read about the possible benefits of doing so.

I’m sharing all the benefits today over at Live Creatively Inspired.

Click here to read:  Marigolds in the Vegetable Garden? Yes!

And if you’re curious how we built our raised vegetable bed, you can click on the image below to see the complete tutorial:

How to Build a Raised Garden Bed for awesome vegetables!

July 15th update:

I documented the progress so far, and what I’ve observed, over at Live Creatively Inspired, so you can click here for a complete update with lots of pictures:

Happy gardening!

~Laura

 

 

Comments

    • Laura says

      I learned a new term Liz, so thanks! Plus, I didn’t know about this feature of marigolds either – so thank you big-time for your comment!

  1. says

    ‘Aren’t marigolds the first plant we all did? I know I planted one for Mother’s Day in my first grade class….a long time ago!

    • Laura says

      You’re probably right, Kim! I remember thinking how cool it was that the seeds are right there in the dried-up flower head!

  2. says

    This is something my mother always did so I know it works. She had a huge veggie garden every summer. One of the reasons I love to garden came from her. Unfortunately the sunny spots are in my front yard so I don’t grow too many edibles, mostly ornamental flowers and shrubs. Still, I think this is a great tip.

  3. says

    hi Laura your garden is beautiful! It makes me want one so bad. I live in southwest fl. Zone 10 when would I plant corn and pumpkins to harvest in time for Halloween?