The plant is 15-20cm high. Lemon flowers, terry and half-blossom, diameter 3-4cm. The plant can flower simultaneously more than 20 flowers. Flowering abundant and long. The variety is widely used for decoration of flower beds, slaves, flowerpots.
When to Plant Marigolds Young French and signet marigolds can be planted from spring through midsummer, but the tall African marigolds are best planted right away in the spring (after danger of frost has passed) because they are slower to mature and produce flowers. Find local frost dates here. Sow seeds directly into the garden once the soil is warm in the spring. You can start seeds indoors, but they germinate so easily outside that there’s really no advantage. The exception is African marigolds, which are best bought as young plants or started indoors about 4 to 6 weeks before your last frost date. Marigolds sprout within a week in warm weather and plants typically produce blooms in about 8 weeks.