YES! Starting marigold seeds indoors can be a great way to get a head start on the growing season and ensure beautiful blooms all spring long. They are relatively easy to grow from seed and can be started indoors or directly sown into the ground after the danger of frost.
Place one marigold seed per cell or pot, right on the soil surface. Once all your seeds are placed, cover them with a light layer of seed starting mix. Don’t forget to label if you’re planting more than one type.
* Once your marigold seedlings have grown their first set of true leaves, you can use diluted seaweed extract to give them some nutrition every 2 weeks.* Keep soil moist but not soggy for your seedlings.