Tiger's Eye Marigold Plants

Bright orange pom poms sit on fancy red-and-yellow pillows of petals, looking so pretty, blooming from early summer into late fall, like the total pros that they are.

Marigolds are used in sacred ceremonies the world round, from Day of the Dead alters to guide the spirits to their alters, to garlands offered to Ganesh in India, and in Catholic offerings to the Virgin Mary.

Includes three young plants, grown in 2.5” diameter pots.

Plant Info
Botanical Name
Tagetes patula
Height
1 ft when full grown
Spacing
9-12" between plants
Light
Full sun or part shade
Zone
Grows everywhere in the USA (annual, zones 2-11)
Kids & Pets & Deer
Edible, and Deer Resistant
Climate
Heat-loving
Water
Drought tolerant
Indoor & Pots
Grows well in containers outside
Growing Info
How to Plant Dig a hole twice the size of the root ball. Fill a little bit of the loose dirt back into the hole and tuck your plant in so the base of the stem is even with the top of the hole. Now fill in the rest of the soil around the roots, give the soft ground around the base of your new plant friend a few solid pats to compress the soil onto the roots, and a long, gentle drink of water
Where to Plant Find a place that gets a decent amount of sun, in well draining soil
When to Plant Plant outside in the spring, After your last frost. Avoid the heat of the day when planting — plant in the early morning, late afternoon, or by the light of the moon
When to Expect Blooms All summer
Care Instructions Water regularly until established, then give it an extra drink during dry spells. Pick off spent plumes to enourage more
Extra Credit Marigolds help keep bad bugs away with their scent - plant amongst your other flowers to protect them
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  • Is it too late to plant Marigold since summer has already begun

    No no! You can still plant and they will happily grow.

  • Could these marigolds be in bloom by March 8th?

    No, Marigolds like to bloom in the summer heat into the fall.