Corn marigold Overview
A stalked clump originated in the eastern Mediterranean and North Africa but is now widespread in temperate regions. The lance-shaped, grey-green leaves are deeply lobed or toothed on the lower stem. The single, daisy-like flowerheads are in shades of yellow and appear in summer through to autumn. Good for cut flowers.
How to propagate Corn marigold
Propagate annuals by basal cuttings.
Seed sown where they are to flower, in spring.
Propagate hardy perennials by division in autumn, after flowering or in early spring.
Other uses of Corn marigold