How to Grow and Care Marigold Flowers | Marigold More Blooming Tips // GREEN PLANTS

hi, I’m going to show you how to grow and care marigold plant first, I choose a medium size and well drainage pot marigold will grow easily in small place so you can grow in small or medium or large size pot soil mixing now i’m showing you can see the proper soil mix ratio on video screen composition of the soil is very important for more blooming marigold Remove your marigold seedling bag as well Do not remove the soil from roots If the soil is removed, the plant will dry Two plants can be placed in a pot With more than two plants, they are difficult to grow Fill the soil well in the pot also you can grow your home garden or vegetable garden because marigold flowers attract mites and pests so other plants will be protected by pests attack. To touch the soil roots Do the same on the side of the pot Then put some soil in the pot to fix the gap A spoon epsom salt For more flowers in your plant Marigolds thrive in full sunshine and can often withstand very hot summers. Planting in the garden marigolds thrive in moderately fertile, well-drained soil. Prepare the soil by digging down about 6 inches to loosen it. Remove stones. Sow them directly into the garden once the soil is warm. You can start seeds indoors but they germinate so easily outside that there’s really no advantage. Marigolds sprout within days in warm weather and plants bloom in about 8 weeks. Sow seed 1-inch apart While still small, thin the seedlings. Space French and Signet types 8 to 10 inches apart. Larger American varieties should be at least 10 to 12 inches apart. After planting, thoroughly water each plant. Separate seedlings when they are about 2 inches tall. Plant them in flats of loose soil, or transplant them into the garden. Do not water marigolds from overhead. Water at the base of the plant. Do not fertilize marigolds during growth Too rich a diet stimulates lush foliage at the French Marigold Varieties ‘Little Hero’ Series: 7” tall plants with large, double carnation flowers in 7 color combinations of maroon, orange, and yellow. ‘Hero’ Series: 10” tall plants with double carnation, large (2” wide) flowers in 7 different combinations of yellow, orange, and maroon. ‘Bonanza’ Series: 2” wide, double carnation flowers in 5 different combinations of yellow, orange, and maroon on bushy, compact 8” tall plants. ‘Aurora Series’: 1’ tall plants with wide-petaled, anemone-like flowers in shades of maroon, yellow, and orange. ‘Janie’ Series: Early blooming. 8” tall plants are perfect for container growing. Double carnation type flowers in 6 different combinations of yellow, orange, and maroon. ‘Boy O’ Boy’ Series: 6” tall prolifically flowering plants with flowers in shades of maroon, yellow, and orange African Marigold Varieties ‘Jubilee’ Series: 2’ tall plants with dense, double flowers in shades of yellow and orange. ‘Gold Coin’ Series: 1 ½ to 2’ tall plants with large (5” wide) double blooms in gold, yellow, and orange. ‘Safari’ Series: 1’ tall plants with flat-topped, large flowers in shades of maroon, yellow, and orange ‘French Vanilla’: 3” wide flowers are pure creamy white. Minimal scent. Plants are 1 ½ to 2’ tall. Avoid watering on the leaves keep in full-time sunshine plz subscribe my channel After 15 days you will find more flower buds Use Epsom salt once every 7 days (one table spoon)

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