African Marigold Seeds - Cupid Lemon
Create bright and vivid flower displays with stunning lemon colours
The African Marigold Seeds - Cupid Lemon is a stunning variety of Marigold, producing tightly quilled petals similar to chrysanthemums. The bright yellow flowers of the African Marigold Seeds - Cupid Lemon will certainly draw your eye when grown in flower beds and flower borders, adding bursts of colour wherever they grow. Contrasting beautifully with blue flower varieties, they create fantastic flower displays in containers and patio pots too! Have fun designing brightly coloured and vivid shows of colour.
These easy to grow flowers are a great economical way to fill containers and patio pots to dot around your garden. The African Marigold Seeds - Cupid Lemon grows to a height of 31–40cm (12–16"); spread 21–30cm (8–12").
- Flowering all summer long, these beautiful, colourful flowers will not disappoint.
- Create bright, vivid flower displays in your garden all through the summer season.
- The stunning lemon flowers produce beautiful flower displays in patio pots.
- An economical way to fill your garden with bright, colourful flowers.
Looking after your African Marigold Seeds - Cupid Lemon
Grow your African Marigold Seeds - Cupid Lemon in rich, well- drained soil, preferably in a sunny spot in your garden. Make sure to water your African Marigold Seeds - Cupid Lemon well during the hottest periods of the summer season so it doesn’t dry out.
Hardiness:10 to 6 degrees
Resistance to Disease:True
Beds & Borders:True
Prefers Full Sun:True
Half Hardy Annual:True
Sow the seed thinly in pots or trays on a windowsill or in a greenhouse at around 15–20C (60–65F) in good quality, moist compost, 6mm (¼") deep. Germination 7–14 days. Transplant seedlings to their own pots or 5cm (2") spacings in trays and grow on, harden off, planting out after all chance of frost has passed. Alternatively, can be sown directly into finely raked, moist, warm, weed-free soil where they are to flower in late March–May.
Ideal for beds and borders, patio pots and containers, raised beds. Attractive to butterflies. Prefers full sun.