Marigold has become more common among gardeners and flower vendors due to its simple culture and flexibility.
With an upright growth pattern and a medium texture, African marigold is scientifically referred to as Tagetes erecta. One of the most widely cultivated flowers in India is the marigold, which is utilized widely for religious and social events in a variety of ways. The market offers both loose flowers and floral garlands for sale.
Indian cultures used it as a dye for clothing, food, and cosmetics as well as a medicinal herb. The petals were used as a garnish on food.
They have an excellent flowering duration, are easily farmed, and are highly adaptable to many soils and climatic conditions.
This bushy plant, which has between 20 and 30 species, has a lengthy flowering period and blooms in a variety of hues, including orange, yellow, gold, cream, and apricot. They are extensively utilized while creating garlands. Make beautiful pot decorations and beds.