For centuries, gardeners have known to plant marigolds alongside tomatoes to discourage pests. Our marigold grows to about 18" and has dark foliage and a range of hues from orange to red. Marigolds are a joyful bloom to have in the garden and we make flower-crowns in late summer with the blooms.
Planting Instructions: sow a group of 3 seeds 1/4" deep every 8". Full Sun. Thin to 1 every 8" when plants are 3" tall.