Success looks a bit like orange daisies

This year is the first year I have grown Tithonia rotundifolia.  They originate from Mexico so it is not surprising that they are tender annuals.  So many of my annuals this year have been eaten by slugs but these seem to have resisted them quite well.  The leaves are quite coarse and hairy so that probably helps.  Anyway, after much anticipation they have finally started to flower.

They are rather wonderful, even the butterflies like resting on them.
Bees like them too
They are my new love and I shall definitely grow them again.

By the way, you have to say 'tithonia' like they do 'Kavonia' in the adverts