Mint Mexican Marigold Gold

by T. Villareal
(Texas)

They’ve sprouted, and more since the picture. Two of them were from a very old batch of seeds, meanwhile these have now 6 plants growing. I’d say I’m getting closer to the 80% germination rate stated.

How I planted them since people seem to have issues... simply sprinkle on soil and water in. I treated them like flower seeds that really don’t like to be buried. I know the pack says 1/4”, but it’s too easy to over bury. Just keep watered while spouting and for the tiny plants in central TX heat,
Late day shade. I’d order from them again

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