Marigold 'Powerdaisy Tango'
Dimorphotheca pluvialis 'Powerdaisy Tango'
2 to reach maturity
This plant has a strong fragrance
Marigold 'Powerdaisy Tango' Overview
A finalist in the RHS Chelsea Plant of the Year competition in 2018, these daisy-like double flowers are vibrant orange flower from spring to late autumn. Once known as Calendula hybrida 'Powerdaisy Tango', this plant has been reclassified and is now known as Dimorphotheca pluvialis 'Powerdaisy Tango'. This series has been developed to be disease-resistant and will tolerate late spring frosts. Prefers a sunny spot with well-drained conditions.
Common problems with Marigold 'Powerdaisy Tango'
Generally pest and disease free.
How to harvest Marigold 'Powerdaisy Tango'
Like all Calendula the flowers are edible and can be included in salads and used for herbal medicines and skin treatments.
How to propagate Marigold 'Powerdaisy Tango'
Special features of Marigold 'Powerdaisy Tango'
Attracts useful insects
With its cascading branches it suits being grown in containers.
Other uses of Marigold 'Powerdaisy Tango'
An ideal plant for planting in mixed borders for summer colour.