I grew these last year to help with bugs in gardens etc. Oh My Goodness. Planted initially in veggie garden, it grew SOOO big, I had to dig up mid season and move them to flower garden, and they did great moving! Very fragrant with small yellow, yellow mix flowers. I will never be without them. They are great for mid to back of boarder filler and the skeeters don’t like them. Always a good thing.
Never before have I experienced a climbing marigold, interplanted with my veggies and it defiantly works out well. A single plant grew 4 ft x 4 ft and climbed up its neighboring tomatoes. It is an aggressive marigold, but when utilized as a pest deterrent around other veggies it has quite the symbiotic relationship, but be aware, this puppy needs space. Performed very well in all gardens this year.
This has been great for us, year after year. The plants are tall and vigorous to the point of being shrubby. We keep them trimmed back so they don't eat the tomato plants. The little marigold flowers are cute and numerous. Does it work on nematodes? I don't know. But its vigor and beauty make it an essential in our garden.
The seedlings are just popping up So wait a month and I will have more to say about them By and large I have been very happy with your products and have had good results
These tall cottage-style marigolds bloomed for us in various shades of yellow, orange and red. They were tall enough to use for cut flowers. Great enhancement growing next to vegetables!