Although not that frequently found any more, the marigold is still the embodiment of summer flowers and flower bouquet. It grows along ways, borders and rough pastures. All locations, which we can also find in the garden and - for the enjoyment of all - the marigold can be cultivated.
Sow from March to April or in September on the spot. Rake the soil a little bit before planting. Let the flowers stand until the seeds mature and then trim back the leafy rosettes.
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