Five Stars

HUGE and easy to grow. Tolerated 110 degree days last summer without so much of wilt.

I wanted to edit my review for those having issues getting these to start. I start mine at the end of Feb INDOORS under a T5 and MH Grow lights, I also grow medical herbs and have found that these like 70 degrees for germination but a heat pad can be too much.

I recommend starting in promix amended with a little azomite, I start in normal 6 cell trays. Marigolds are fairly difficult to germinate but I have great success this way. I do not plant until mid April/May. I do not have any full shots of just the flowers but this shows them in the background.

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