Marigold Flower Seeds
Ornamental and great for attracting pollinators, marigolds serve a purpose of both beauty and helping your garden grow.
Planting Guide: Annuals. Direct sow after the last seasonal frost, in well worked and drained soil. Sow seeds about 1/2" deep, about 1" apart and thin seedlings to about 10" apart. Full sun. Water regularly at the base. Pinching the top of the plants will help production, same with dead-heading dying blooms. Mulch recommended to retain soil moisture.
Harvest: Marigolds aren't entended for consumption, so no harvesting needed, but they will bloom in about 8 weeks and will survive the warmer season.