Are my favorite flower. The seeds are big- about the size of a pea-so I know Ive put them where I want them, and I don’t worry that I will drop the seed packet and all the teeny tiny seeds are gone!
They are also obliging about re-seeding themselves.But, after a few generations, they all revert to orange with bright green leaves.
Here is a second generation cream colored one, sloooowly showing it’s orange roots. Its daughter will be bright orange.
They don’t like to be transplanted, but the seeds are so easy to plant and start so fast there is no need to buy them already started. Even the snails leave them alone. Yup, a nice dependable, hardworking flower.