The marigold is one of the most popular flowers that can be found all throughout the world, including India. When the soil is warm enough, sow the seeds straight into the garden. Alternatively, start the seeds indoors one to six weeks prior to the last date of the spring frost.
Marigold is primarily used for adornment and is incorporated into landscape planning due to its changing height and color.
One of marigolds’ health advantages is that, when used as an ointment or tincture, it can be used to cure small burns. The marigold plant, which has medicinal uses for both its leaves and flowers, can help reduce the size of breast cancer tumors and stop the growth of new cancer cells. Marigold flowers are also useful for other health conditions.
The ability of marigolds to encourage the formation of new blood vessels and skin tissue makes them useful in the treatment of wounds, including burns, scrapes, and irritated skin.