It took 21 years and thousands of dollars to develop a white marigold that made its debut in 1975. By growing 'Kilimanjaro White', you become a part of the horticultural history and determination that led this seed to your very garden. An awe-inspiring color in the world of marigolds, these 2½" vanilla-white blossoms make a fabulous contrast in any garden and cut-flower arrangement. They have a lovely, sweet scent; different from other marigolds. Marigolds attract butterflies and are fairly drought tolerant.
Blooms summer to frost
Great cut flower, drought tolerant
Deer and rabbit resistant
Kilimanjaro White African Marigold - 200 MG
Posted by Lisa Saraceno on Jun 25th 2021
Received in good condition. Sowed seeds a few days ago, Can't wait to see it flowers this summer.