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Tagetes
Marygold
Cocok botol,
Mitir
Compositae
 

Tagetes, Marygold, Mitir, Cocok botol,

 

Tagetes, Marygold, Mitir, Cocok botol, mitir

These annuals were rare at the time of their discovery in the seventeenth century; today, they are among the most familiar of summer plants and are useful as bedding plants or for edging.
The single or double flowers come in cheerful shades of orange, yellow, mahogany, brown and red and contrast brightly with the deep green leaves.
Some species have aromatic foliage, hence Tagetes minutas common name of stinking Roger.
It is also said that the roots exude substances fatal to soil-borne pests, leading to their extensive use as companion plants.
Flowering colors: Brown, Orange, Red, Yellow
Cultivation: Grow in full sun in fertile, well-drained soil.
Deadhead regularly to prolong flowering.
Propagate from seed .
They may be prone to attack by slugs, snails and botrytis.

 
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