Chrysanthmum

Pompon Marigold Flowers have fantastic aroma

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Marigold flowers

Beautiful Yellow Pompon  Marigolds

Marigolds have daisy-like or double, carnation-like flowerheads and are produced singly or in clusters. These flowers are the spendthrifts among annuals, showing a wealth of gold, copper, and brass into our summer and autumn gardens. The flower’s popularity probably derives in part from its ability to bloom brightly all summer long. Marigolds have been stereotyped but they offer tremendous variety; some have fantastic aroma; all marigolds are good in containers and provide long-lasting cut flowers.

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Marigold plant would improve the eyesight and lighten the mood

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Marigold Flower Wallpapers

MARIGOLD FLOWER GARDEN

Marigolds are robust, non-fussy plants that bring a lot of sunshine in your garden. Marigolds can be grown easily.

  • Plant your seeds in half-sunny or sunny locations.
  • The soil must be well-drained, moist and fertile.
  • Add potash fertilizers to prolong the flowering period.
  • Pinch off the first flowers before they open. This will lead to a larger number of flowers.

Yellow Pompon Chrysanthemum

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Yellow Marigold

Yellow Pompon Chrysanthemum

Marigolds have a pungent odor which keeps insects at bay, but they can be bothered by slugs. Also, tall American and Triploid Marigold varieties need staking to protect them from strong winds and heavy rainfall.

The sun-observing Marigold Flowers

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Marigold flowers

American Marigold Flowers

Marigolds can be propagated by seeds. The plants need about 45 days to flower after seeding. Marigold seeds should be sown 2 cm apart. Cover seeds with 1/4 inch of potting soil. Water sufficiently. Plants will appear within a few days. When true leaves have formed, transplant into individual containers or outdoors.