Aurora Fire Marigold
Aurora Fire Marigold is among the prettiest of garden flowers. A great animal and insect repellant in the garden, Aurora Fire is short growing (perhaps 1-2 feet tall). Its blooms are about 2 inches wide. plant a row or intermingle them in your garden as a repellant to common critters. These will bloom all the way till frost.
Mary Ann Low –
I plant several types of marigold seeds (I scatter them around my tomato plants when I plant them) and got some of these when I ordered seeds a few years ago. These are a little different from the usual marigolds that come up from seed, and this last year I noticed these were not as prominent as they had been. (I do have a lot of pollinator activity in my garden so the marigolds do interbreed.) If you need marigolds, these seeds have a lovely, smaller, great size for tomato companion growth habit. If you think you do not need marigolds, you should get these and realize everybody needs marigolds. If you already have marigolds, you should get these for contrast to the ones you already have.
Janiece (store manager) –
I love these on the edges to deter rodents away from the garden! You can start them along with your tomatoes and they will grow up not only to be useful, but give you a splash of color in your garden. We do this every year.