A small-flowered variety that sprouts hundreds of flowers and forms dense, bright yellow carpets of blooms. Luna grows very compact and uniform up to a height of approximately 25cm. The plant roots drive away soil pests and combat the “soil fatigue” caused by nematodes. Unfortunately, they are also the favourite food of snails, so you should protect your marigold from being eaten by them. With this knowledge, however, you can also turn the tables and deliberately lure snails away from other endangered plants with the help of marigolds by making them a “sacrificial plant” at a sufficient distance.