How and Where to Grow Corn Marigold

Corn Marigold (Chrysanthemum Segetum)

Corn Marigold is a beautiful garden plant. It can have dozens of  large, golden flower heads above the foliage.

Mixed with other cornfield annuals such as Cornflowers, Field Poppy, Corncockle and other annuals it can make a spectacular show.

It is a really beautiful garden plant withe dozens of large  golden flower heads, above bushy foliage.

Whilst it prefers light, gravelly and slightly acid soils. It will grow well on more fertile conditions. You can sow it in the autumn or spring but Corn Marigold does tend to prefer spring sowing.

Flowering season  is June to September

Height Can grow to 20  to 50 cm

Cultivations. Sow the seed where it is to flower on it's own or as part of a cornfield annual mix. Scatter the seed thinly and cover lightly with soil.Butterfly on Marigold

Seed packet

Seed in Bulk

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