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F1 Hybrid Orange Marigold Flower Seed For Ornamental Landscape Pot Cutting Flower-Faxian

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Brand Name: Fairy Valley
Type: Flower Seeds
Place of Origin: Inner Mongolia China
Flower size: 10-12cm
Color: Gold,Multi-Colored,Orange,Yellow
Packaging: Based on your request
Grade: AA
Flower Type: MARIGOLD
Model Number: WSJ-HH0001-FXJ
Plant height: 20-30cm
Growing period: 70-90 days
Certification: ISO 9001
Packaging Detail: 500g/bag, 1kg/bag, 2kg/bag, 5kg/bag, 10kg/bag, 20 kg/bag, Double Aluminum Foil Bag with outside carton.
Selling Units: Single item
Single package size: 29X27X19 cm
Single gross weight: 1.5 KG
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F1 Hybrid Orange Marigold Flower Seed For Ornamental Landscape Pot Cutting Flower-Faxian


First: Some Information about Marigold seeds

Genaral information

Sprout rate: 85%

Purity 99%

Crop growing period: 70-90 days, according to different temperature, sunlight

And so on. In china, usually sowing seeds in March, when harvest in June

Seeds per gram:  260-300 seeds

There are 2 colors for each type: orange and yellow.

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Hybrid F1 Marigold for pot flower (orange )

Plant height: 20cm-30cm

Flower shape:honeycomb shape, compact and uniform.

Best germination temperature: 22-24°C

Germination date: 5-8 days

Hot-resistance, and rain-resistance, flowering period is long.

Flower diameter:  About 10-12cm

suitable for early spring cultivation.

Second: How to Grow Marigold Flowers:


Marigold plants like rich, well drained soil, but are very tolerant of average to slightly poor soils. Improving your soil quality will produce much healthier plants and flowers, so add plenty of compost. Add a general purpose fertilizer once a month.

Once your Marigolds are established, they should grow well, even if left unattended. Soil should be moist, but not wet. Water them during dry periods, once or twice per week.

Add mulch around the plants for appearance and to keep weeds down.

Around mid-summer, your plants will begin to produce flowers and will continue to do so up to the first frost. You do not need remove dead flower blooms, except for appearance.

Marigolds are annuals and susceptible to frost. They may survive the first light frost with only a little damage. They will not survive a hard frost or freeze


Third: Insect and Disease:


 Insects largely avoid Marigolds. Insects do not like it's pungent odor. This is why Marigolds make good companion plants. You can even make an insect repellent spray from these plants.


 While insects avoid Marigolds, slugs can do major damage. Slugs like to slither up the stem and chew on the leaves. They can destroy an entire flower garden of Marigolds. They can be seen on the plants overnight, in wet weather and early morning. If an infestation occurs, treat quickly to avoid major damage.





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