Calendula officinalis Fancy Mix Seed, also known as the Marigold, is a perennial, but depending on the region it's grown in, can also function as an annual. It's widely known for its use as an herb, having some medicinal uses. These are widely regarded as a very versatile flower since they are relatively simple to grow and will thrive in most soils. Sunny locations are preferable for the growth of these flowers, but in colder regions will grow in the summer and die in the winter, reemerging the following spring. In addition to their herb-like features, they're also edible, and are often added to salads as a aesthetic and taste enhancement.
If grown indoors, these pot marigolds will bloom rapidly- growing from seed to the time of flowering will take around only two months. They're bright additions to gardens, growing in yellows and oranges, and occasionally white. When they reach maturity, the plant should reach between 12 and 18 inches high. Germination is only 10-20 days, making it regarded as one of the easiest to grow garden flowers.