Pot Marigold 18X8
Pot marigold is the most ancient of the marigolds that we grow today and is different in appearance and aroma. A hardy annual it has slightly succulent stalkless lance-shaped leaves that are covered with fine rough hairs giving the leaf a slightly rough feel. The mid-green leaves first form a small rosette of leaves which are soon followed by stiff upright stems that also bear a multitude of small stiff hairs. Leaves are arranged on the stems in slightly alternate pairs with sections of the bear stalk in between. Stems can be unbranched or branched and are topped by bright yellow gold daisy-like flowers with darker centers and can be up to 4" in diameter. Petals are arranged in single rows and are oval in shape.