Marigold 4.5" 8" and Marigold Topiary 9"
9" Topiary $20
What's the deal with the Marigold flower?
The bloom itself symbolizes beauty, warmth, creativity, a drive to succeed, and celebration of the dead.
Marigolds were known as the flower of the dead in pre-Hispanic Mexico, and is still regarded as an important symbol used during Day of the Dead festivities.
The Mari-G is one of the most well-known insect-repelling plants.
These botanic wonders have a scent that will keep pests like mosquitoes, nematodes like cabbage worms, and other pests away.
While many people consider marigolds a warm-weather plant, marigolds can be grown indoors year-round.
Remember that Marigolds have a significant thirst for sunlight, which means they'll only thrive indoors near a suitably sunny window or with a supplemental grow light.
Their bright flowers make them a good choice for an indoor winter flower garden.
Plant, obtain, celebrate marigolds as they attract beneficial insects that attack and kill aphids.
Marigolds are eaten as petals or leaves, raw or blanched, fresh or dry, sweet or savory.
The trimmed marigold tastes much milder than the flower smells, of a lush tropical garden, herbaceous and pleasantly bitter.
Marigolds grow best if watered deeply at least once a week.
They prefer full sun, to partial shade.
Fertile soil is preferred, preferably loose and loamy with adequate drainage, yet can also tolerate dry conditions.
Marigolds are annuals and not guaranteed to flower repeatedly.
But they can populate your garden beds all summer long simply by regular marigold deadheading.
Removing spent marigold flowers is a process that should continue as long as the plants are in bloom.
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