*We no longer grow this item but feel free to peruse the information.

We are now growing Taishan Marigolds in place of the Inca II Marigolds.

 

Inca II Orange Marigolds have 3-4 inch blooms on sturdy, compact foliage. They bloom early and continue all season and sometimes beyond. As a sun loving plant, you can depend on it to spruce up any garden with a lot of flower power. With such a lovely display of color and an easy-to-grow as well as maintain reputation, it is no wonder these plants have been a long-time favorite.

Marigolds are a great companion plant for pretty much all garden plants, blooming or edible. Their roots contain thiopene which is toxic to certain nematodes.  Plant marigolds around the outside of your garden to discourage aphids  and beetles from stopping by for and all you can eat smorgasbord.  On the flip side, marigolds will also attract beneficial insects that will snack on the insects that are feasting on your plants.  Beans, carrots, cabbages and tomatoes are just a few plants that benefit from having marigolds as a companion plant.

Size: #6

Spacing: Plant 6” to 12” apart.

Height: Grows 12″ to 14″ tall.

How To Grow: Plant in full sun to part sun.

Outstanding Features: Marigolds tend to have fewer pests problems than other annuals.

Tips: Remove spent flower heads for continuous flowering.

Uses: Garden Bed, Containers, Borders, Landscapes

2 Responses to “Inca II Orange Marigold”

  • Ray:

    this flower has died the same way and time of year for 2 years.Do they die if remain in pots?

    • jason:

      Ray,

      Thanks for visiting our website and my apologies for not answering sooner.

      There are a lot of variables that need to be considered when growing annuals in pots such as location, water, fertilizer, pests, the size of the pots, etc. Without knowing why they might be dying, it is hard to answer your question. The leading cause of plants dying is usually due to over watering.

      To answer your question, no, they should not die in pots at the same time and in the same way every year.

      Hope this helps and thanks again for stopping by our website.

      Best,

      Jason

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