Tashkent Marigold Seeds
Tashkent Marigold Seeds
Experience the magic of nature with Tashkent Marigold Seeds, a rare find that is both stunning and fragrant. Discovered by flower seed collector Bob Bell outside an old Muslim school in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, these marigolds have become a must-have for natural and organic gardeners.
Tashkent Marigold boasts magnificent 1.5-2 inch wide blooms in a rich blend of red and yellow, that are surrounded by lush, deep green foliage. These velvety blooms are produced on mounds of foliage, making them a stunning focal point in any garden.
The Tashkent Marigold is a French type of marigold, making it an easy-to-grow and low-maintenance addition to your garden. It is not only a feast for the eyes, but it also helps attract pollinators and provides natural pest control. Whether planted in beds, pots, or along walkways, Tashkent Marigolds are sure to add a pop of color and natural beauty to your garden. Order now and enjoy the beauty of nature at its best.
DAYS TO MATURITY: 50-60 day(s)
1 PACK: approx. 40 seed(s)
LIFE CYCLE: Annual
How-to Grow: Tashkent Marigolds
Here are easy-to-follow growing instructions for Tashkent Marigolds using natural farming practices:
- Choose a sunny spot: Tashkent Marigolds need at least 6 hours of direct sunlight a day.
- Prepare the soil: Remove any weeds and adding organic compost or well-rotted manure. Tashkent Marigolds thrive in well-draining soil that is rich in organic matter.
- Sow the seeds: Sow directly in the ground, or start them indoors in pots and transplant them when they are large enough to handle.
- Space the seeds or seedlings: Space plants about 10 to 12 inches apart, as Tashkent Marigolds can grow up to 18 inches tall.
- Water the plants: Water regularly, making sure the soil is consistently moist but not waterlogged. In hot and dry weather, you may need to water more frequently.
- Fertilize: Fertilize Tashkent Marigold plants once a month with a balanced organic fertilizer, such as an all-purpose vegetable fertilizer.
- Deadhead: Remove the spent flowers regularly to encourage continuous blooming.
- Keep an eye out: Watch for pests and diseases and treat them with natural solutions, such as neem oil or companion planting, before they get out of control.
By following these simple steps, you should have a beautiful and healthy Tashkent Marigold garden in no time!