- About Marigold
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Marigolds are hardy, annual plants and are great plants for cheering up any garden & the easiest to grow. Marigolds bloom from mid-summer till winter. Broadly, there are two genuses which are referred to by the common name, Marigolds viz. Tagetes and Celandula.
Clay Sand Mix, Loamy Soil
NPK Fertiliser, Liquid Fertiliser
Every 3-4 Month
? Wait until the start of spring to plant marigolds indoors. ? Use a soilless potting mix for indoor containers. ? Sow the seeds a couple inches apart. ? Mix in a slow-acting granular fertilizer. ? Keep the temperature around 70 degrees. ? Place the plant in direct light once germination begins.
? Lowers Inflammation and Free Radical Damage ? Reduces Eye Inflammation and Conjunctivitis ? Natural Antiseptic Properties ? Naturally Repels Bugs ? Cosmetic remedy for repairing minor damage to the skin - sub dermal broken capillaries or sunburn
? Plant these next to your tomato, eggplant, chili pepper and potato plants because marigolds are known to keep away some insects that can harm these plants. ? If the place experiences a lot of wind, stake the plant with plastic loops so it stays upright & survives harsh weather. ? Cut dead blooms or branches with scissors. ? Use Potassium high fertilizer
? Excess of fertilizers which may result in an increased growth of foliage instead of flowers. ? Do not fertilize much in organic rich soil