A cheerful annual plant which will flower on late into the season. You can eat the petals in salads, rice dishes, baked goods or make them into a wonderful skin-healing cream.
Plant in a sunny spot and deadhead as necessary. Later in the season, you could even collect a few of the seeds for planting next year. Marigolds are also great for bees and other pollinators.
You'll receive one young plant in an 11cm nursery pot. Ready for planting outside in your pot or spot now. The plant should last until it gets frosty, but it self-seeds easily so you should see its babies popping up the following spring.