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Monster Marigolds!

Ash BennetteAsh Bennette SouthamptonPosts: 22

My marigolds are looking tired and very past their best so I pulled them up.

I've used my 4 year old little monster for scale against one of them - I had 12 in all, anyone else have any monsters?! (flowers not Children!)


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They took a bit of effort to put through the shedder before composting, didn't smell to good either!

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  • CeresCeres Posts: 2,138

    Are the Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles back in vogue? Huge plant by the way. What have you been feeding it?

  • Ash BennetteAsh Bennette SouthamptonPosts: 22

    Nothing except rain and sunshine! 

  • chris 172chris 172 Posts: 403

    Hi they look great

    i have grown French and African marigolds before and the African grow the bigger

    well done

  • ElusiveElusive Posts: 992

    Why did you pull it up o_o

    They look great, wish mine grew like that.

  • flumpy1flumpy1 Posts: 3,117

    OMG I've never seen them so big, what are you feeding them on image

  • ERICS MUMERICS MUM Posts: 561

    I planted marigolds at 6pm one evening.  By 9am next morning the leaves were eaten down to the mid ribs and flowers covered in slug slime.  Never again.  So I take my hat off to you !

  • chris 172chris 172 Posts: 403

    Hi there are many types and the ones I have at my allotment give off a fantastic site and encourage the bees for pollination of all growing. Planted in April still going strong, dead heading every two days not much maintenance just let them go

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  • flumpy1flumpy1 Posts: 3,117

    I've had a strange thing happening lately, I bought some compost for my planters and guess what's just started growing ...........marigolds image I haven't even planted any, I'm not complaining because they look nice but it makes me wonder what our compost is made from image Free flowers ey

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