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BOTANICAL NAME T AGETES SPECIES
PRONUNCIATION TA - je - teez
COMMON NAME African Marigold
Life Cycle Annual
Growth Habit Bedding Plant Shrub-like
Height and Width Ranges in sizes from 6” round to 3 feet tall and wide
Leaf Shape and Size Elliptical Length 3” - 6” Width 2” - 4”
MARGIN Serrated (toothed)
COMPOSITION Pinnately compound
FLOWER Spring to frost Yellow, orange, white
FRUIT Clusters of seeds Seed in flower head
USE Bedding plant
DESCRIPTION Highly aromatic sp. ERECTA - African small sp. PATULA - French
CULTURAL PRACTICES Propagate by seed
PROBLEMS Powdery mildew
NATIVE OF: Mexico
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