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That appears to be Tithonia rotundifolia, also known as Mexican Sunflower. Note the rounded petals and similar leaves to your plant on this photo. It's an annual in non-tropical areas but has naturalized in areas with warm winters. The species can reach the heights you've described, while the 'Torch' cultivar is smaller at only 1m or so in height and width. ...


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Yes ,even I have planted many marigolds over 3-4 years in our garden, they are great at keeping away insect pests and diseases. I have even tried to make a kind of cocktail with neem leaves and marigold leaves for spraying on plants. But ,since a year our garden's squirrel population has grown and they were getting desperate for food ,having eaten their fair ...


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