This variety of French marigold produces yellow and orange flowers. You can't go wrong with this hardy annual that will draw in beneficial insects to your garden.
300 organic seeds per packet.
Sow seeds indoors 8 weeks before the last frost. Cover seeds with less than 1/4" of soil. After the last frost, begin hardening off your seedlings (Adjusting them to the new environment) before transplanting them into the garden.