African Marigolds can grows up to 1 metre tall producing bright colourful flowers approximately 7 cm in diameter. It can be easily grown and be used anywhere. They help keep the away aphids. “The relationship between plant and insects is known as “companion planting”.
It’s by far the safest, natural way to garden organically. Normally planted next to vulnerable crops to deter bean beetles, squash bugs, thrips, tomato hornworms, and whiteflies. They are also known to repel harmful root knot nematodes (soil dwelling microscopic white worms) that attack tomatoes, potatoes, roses, and strawberries. Its flowers attract pollinators to the farm.