Mexican Marigold

Tagetes nelsonii

Can be used as a culinary herb, similar to tarragon or anise. Usually grown as a pollinator attractor with its abundant bright yellow-orange blooms most of the year. Its foliage has an extraordinary sweet aroma that can waft across the garden with the softest of breezes.

Water: Dry, Drought Tolerant

Hardiness: Frost Hardy

Habit: 4 to 6' tall and wide

Light: Full Sun

Soil: Any soil

Origin: Mexico

Mexican Marigold