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At Y/Project, there was even a ruffed cuff on some marigold slacks.
From afar on a sunny day, the 70-year-old remnants littered across the island of Ikateq in Greenland look like fields of marigolds instead of toxic reminders of World War II.
Plant petunias, snapdragons, zinnias and marigolds.
Hanging love seats in shades of marigold and blue enliven outdoor nooks, geometric planters offer a pop of greenery, and weathered steel or concrete fire pits keep you toasty long after the sun goes down.
Yet on this day, a singular baseball pushed itself up among the blades of grass in foul territory like a marigold at springtime.
Orca Isles 2014 sparkling siegerrebe, Puget Sound, $45: This stunning bubbly opens with delicate aromas and flavors of lemon-lime, nutmeg, pear, apple butter and marigolds.
This week's gardening tips: To encourage continued blooming, remove spent flowers from bedding plants, such as marigolds, zinnias, pentas, cosmos, salvia and rudbeckia.
Mexican tarragon also is called Mexican mint marigold.
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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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