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2024 Seed Catalog

Marigold Seeds

a.k.a. African Marigold, French Marigold

Tagetes erecta, T. patula, T. patula nana, T. patula x erecta

How to plant Marigold seeds

Your Favorite Marigolds

Best selling, top performing marigolds.

African and French-African Hybrid

Savannah Series

Savannah Series marigolds are large, bold African marigolds that bloom all summer on sturdy, 3 ft. tall, multi-branched plants. Ruffled, double, 3-4 in. flowers on long, strong stems are well-suited for fresh cut flowers, festival decor and garlands. Use Savannah marigolds to create masses of color in landscape beds and large borders.

Marvel II Series

The superior branching, intermediate height, and dense flower structure of Marvel II marigolds ensure top performance throughout the summer and into the fall, even in adverse weather conditions. Large pompom-shaped, brightly-colored flowers begin early, in about 10 weeks from seed. Sturdy, 16-18 in. tall and 10-12 in wide plants do not need staking, and excel in large containers, landscape plantings, and as long-lasting cut flowers.

Endurance Series

Endurance Series marigolds have the best traits of African and French marigolds: large, densely double 3 in. pompom flowers on compact, sturdy, 12-16 in. plants. Flowers are quick to appear in late spring, blooming throughout the summer season, and perform well through heat and rain. Endurance marigolds grow great in borders and containers, and make long-lasting cut flowers.


Early-flowering and heavy-blooming plants are covered in 2 in. wide, richly-colored flowers. Growth is branching to 8-12 in. tall. French marigolds are spectacular when planted in beds and containers.

How to Plant and Grow Marigold

Bee introduces how to plant

Sow marigold seed in cell packs or flats, press into soil and lightly cover. Kept at 70-75°F. germination is in 5-20 days. Transplant seedlings into the garden 8-18 in. apart (spacing is variety specific, and is on our packets) after all danger of frost.

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