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Flowers that can be planted from seed directly into the garden include alyssum, aster, celosia, cosmos, four o’clocks, marigold, morning glory, periwinkle, portulaca, salvia, sunflower, verbena and zinnia.
Mexican mint marigold: This member of the mint family has become a go-to alternative to tarragon.
Spend some time thinking about creating a display of geraniums, begonias, marigolds and other outdoor flowers from the Wauwatosa Woman’s Club Spring Plant Sale.
The David Ferreira dress above is vibrant yellow, like a marigold in full bloom.
For squash bugs, plant mint, chives, garlic, onion, tansy, radishes, nasturtiums, marigolds and bee balm near and among vines of winter and summer squash.
Or, there are the ’90s-esque yellow shades from Marques’Almeida and Tory Burch’s flared marigold trousers.
Examples of top re-seeders: hollyhock, marigold, calendula, and zinnia.
On Saturday night, the actress and activist shared an image of herself wearing a bright, marigold yellow tracksuit by Persian designer Melody Ehsani, with a mustard Elizabeth and James coat.
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Origin and Etymology of marigold
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of marigold for English Language Learners
: a plant that is grown for its bright yellow or orange flowers
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