What Is A French Marigold And How To Grow It

Growing French Marigolds

Marigolds have a sterling reputation among many flower lovers. They’re relatively small, incredibly easy to grow, attractive, beneficial companion plants, and some are even edible! But one thing that often

Do Marigolds Keep Rabbits Away

Marigolds and Rabbits

Humans have a way of taming many problematic species, turning them into pets. However, some of these animals remain pests outdoors, even though they are great companions indoors. Feral dogs,

How Much Water Does A Marigold Need?

Watering Marigolds

Marigolds are beautifully vibrant flowering plants that will give you blooms from early summer until late fall when you care for them properly. If you’ve never planted one in your garden

When Do You Plant Marigolds?

Planting Marigolds

In the wonderful gardening world, some plants can be easy to grow, some finicky, and some require an expert’s touch. But few are as easy and rewarding as the marigold

Do Deer Eat Marigolds?

Deer and Marigold

Do deer eat Marigolds? The answer may surprise you. It turns out that marigolds are a natural deterrent against deer. Deer have a keen sense of smell and tend to

How To Collect and Harvest Marigold Seeds

Marigold Seeds

Marigolds produce large numbers of easy-to-see and easy-to-collect seeds. If left to their own devices, they will reseed themselves in hospitable climates yearly. If you want more control over the

Learn How To Grow Desert Marigold

Yellow Flowering Desert Marigold (Baileya Multiradiata)

Desert marigold, known botanically as Baileya Multiradiata [BAY-lee-uh, mul-ty-rad-ee-AH-tuh], is a flowering species from the composite plant family (Compositae or Asteraceae family).  This is a sun-loving wildflower, native to northern Mexico

Marsh Marigold Care: How To Grow Caltha Palustris

Yellow flowering Caltha Palustris

Caltha Palustris [KAL-tha pal-US-triss] (Caltha palustris L) is a wildflower belonging to the Persian buttercup family (Ranunculus and Ranunculaceae). The Marsh Marigold is no relation to the actual marigold plant,