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Yellow Torch Tithonia

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Annual

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First yellow tithonia ever offered from seed and the ultimate delight for pollinator's; draws in butterflies, bees and hummingbirds.Torch tithonia is a fiery orange color and this one is more mellow, with golden yellow petals. Keeps growing tall as it branches out with new flowers, reaching 4-6’ or more, blooms from the middle of summer to frost. Grow in a veggie patch or in the flower garden and you will be delighted with this little known and underutilized flower.   15 seeds

 

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HF
07/09/2019
Hecate F.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Yellow Tithonia Seeds

Excellent - I am so happy that you carry these seeds. It’s one of my favorite annuals. I have 11 babies right now - would like be to send you a pic but don’t know how to do it as an e-mail. Now I got 2 more packs on the mail. Will probably plant one and save it he other one for next year. Thanks!!!

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HP
08/21/2018
Helen P.
United States

Spectacular!

Beautiful, and unique Mexican sunflower. Good and fast germination.

DT
02/21/2018
Dennis T.
United States

Early Spring?

It's a little early to plant them yet, but the wife appreciates the speed of getting the order. We eagerly await mid March to plant the seed and later for the flowers.

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10/04/2017
Inspector Dave @ JOEYBEE.TV

Great pollinator attractor and pretty

The yellow tithonia is new to my garden pallet this year. The orange version was always great and this adds another selection for the incredible variety of bees, butterflies and other insects that visit all day long for months. Staking important to lessen wind damage as they will get big and bushy. Mine grow to about five feet tall and three feet across. Hard to believe such a tiny seed makes a huge plant. Use to screen compost bins and on end rows for viewing from the porch.