Ant Nests in Borders

Anonymous added on July 21, 2011 | Answered

My mother has moved into retirement bungalows and has a border with an ant's nest in it, which we didn't discover until planting marigolds. The marigolds have now been eaten, wanting to know if the ants were the reason, and if so, what can we plant in the border that the ants will leave alone?

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