Origin: It is found naturally in hot parts of America and Mexico.
Morphology: Flower color can be orange, yellow, brown-red and pied. Both the leaves and flowers of the marigold plant are pungent.
Production: It is produced from seed. Seeds are sown during the temperate months.
Planting spacing and distance: They are planted with 20-40 cm spacing and distances.
Climate: They like sunny places. They love the heat. It likes light clay, not rich in nutrients, very light soils. The soil should be kept moderately moist.
Usage: It is suitable for use alone in beds, in groups with other seasonal flowers, on the sides of the beds, balconies and terraces, large pots and boxes.
Diseases-Pests: Trunk and root rot, wilting, rust, gray mold. nematodes, slugs, red spiders and aphids.