Marigold (Tagetes Erecta Calando Apricot) - Sow Marigold flower seeds to have these bright apricot colored little gems blooming all summer long! There are so many benefits to these little 12 inch plants! They are ideal for small gardens, containers, borders and edging. They are prolific bloomers, going all summer and into fall.
Marigold (Tagetes Erecta Tall Sierra Orange) - This taller variety, known as an African Marigold or Aztec Marigold, looks especially attractive in mass plantings. Sow flower seeds to have these large, showy, never fading orange blooms.
Marigold (Tagetes Patula Nana Double Brocade Red) - Here is a bold dwarf annual that can be easily started from Marigold seeds. Red Brocade features semi-double, flat, crested flower heads. These blooms are bi-colored with shades of red and yellow. Red dwarf French Marigolds are so gorgeous that they demand a second look!
Marigold (Tagetes Erecta Tall Sierra Yellow) - This tall variety features huge blooms that will brighten up your entire flower garden from late spring through summer and right up until frost season. Grown from Marigold seeds, these annuals are tireless bloomers with giant blooms that are a flat pompon shape.
|Planting Marigold Seed|
|Sow Marigold seeds 6 - 8 weeks before last frost. Use good starter soil and gently press the flower seeds into the soil and lightly cover. When seedlings are big enough to handle and after acclimatizing the seedlings to outdoor conditions, transplant outdoors after frost danger has passed. The seeds may also be sown directly outdoors after last frost in prepared beds. Marigolds bloom from flower seed in 8 - 10 weeks.|