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50-65 Days to maturity. Tagetes patula. Naughty Marietta French Marigold Seeds. Non-GMO, annual, hybrid. This dwarf classic marigold is ideal for borders and mass plantings. The Naughty Marietta variety features big sun-gold centers with maroon petals. As one of the mainstays of summer bedding plantings, it will perform well in a multitude of weather conditions. French marigolds are much shorter than African marigolds, perfect for smaller spaces like pots or low-growing bright borders. ~ 8,500 seeds/oz.
Growing Non-GMO Naughty Marietta French Marigold Flower Seeds
Marigold seeds can be directly sown where they will grow. Start indoors 4-6 weeks before the last frost for earlier blooms. Germinate them in a warm, well-lit area. Harden off the seedlings gradually before permanently transplanting them outdoors. After sowing and transplanting, the marigolds should be watered heavily.
Avoid overhead watering, as this can cause diseases easily avoidable with proper irrigation. These gorgeous marigolds will bloom right up until the last frost. Deadheading them throughout the season can keep the plants looking clean and highly productive. Keep the area weed-free for beautiful vibrant blooms all summer.
Naughty Marietta French Marigold in the Flower Garden
French marigolds are every flower gardener’s best friend. They go well with a variety of garden styles, require little maintenance once established, and are deer resistant! Utilize these beauties in borders, containers, vegetable gardens, flower beds, and more. Any Mexican or Latin-themed garden would be incomplete without these easy-going pom poms.
Companion Planting With Naughty Marietta French Marigolds
French marigolds are the perfect, easy companion plant for numerous other species. Because marigolds are resistant to deer, many pests, and most diseases, they are perfect for interplanting and bordering your vegetable garden. Many gardeners swear that these lovely plants not only add color to a garden but resistance to issues in general. The bright blooms seem to bring in pollinators while simultaneously repelling damaging moths and other garden pests.
About Naughty Marietta French Marigold Garden Seeds
Marigolds are one of the most popular edible flowers on the market. Not only are they gorgeous garnishes, but they are said to have health benefits like aiding skin conditions and varicose veins too.
Marigolds are in the same family of plants as sunflowers and daisies. Their family trade is show business!
Naughty Marietta French Marigolds have 2” wide blooms that will keep popping up all season, especially if the old blooms are removed quickly.
Marigolds are originally native to Mexico and Guatemala. They were discovered by English explorers in the 16th century and brought back to Europe. They quickly spread in popularity from England to northern Africa.
French Marigolds are even easier to care for than Africa Marigolds. They are recommended to any gardener with any experience level.
Marigolds are one of the main decorations in the celebration ‘Dia de los Muertos’ where the Mexican culture celebrates their heritage and ancestors who came before them. For this reason, they symbolize family and multigenerational bonds.
Stories From Our Gardeners
"A marigold such as this is one of the first plants I ever learned to care for. I had a cute little mound in a blue pot in my childhood backyard. It was easy to care for and has definitely been one of the gateways for me into the gardening world!"
- Lara Wadsworth, True Leaf Market Writer
Naughty Marietta French Marigold Seeds Per Package:
1 g - Wholesale - Approximately 280 Seeds
1 oz - Wholesale - Approximately 8,500 Seeds
4 oz - Bulk Seeds - Approximately 38,000 Seeds
Non-GMO Naughty Marietta French Marigold seeds are available for Fast Free Shipping on orders over $45.
Red on the outer edge, fading to bright yellow on the inside.
Annual; Zones 3-10
Days to Maturity:
Days to Germination:
Mounding and bushy.
Moderatley fertile soil with good drainage.
Pests and Diseases:
Marigolds are generally very pest and disease-resistant. The most common diseases are water-related. These include blight, rot, and mildew. Being careful not to overwater is the best defense. The most common pests are aphids and beetles.
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