Marigold

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Marigold

In British financial circles, a slang term for 1 million pounds. See also: The City.
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Exception: Adopt the same procedure for peppers, aubergines and any of the tender plants you are growing as companion plants for your veg, such as French and African marigolds.
Both French and African marigolds are forms of tagetes and they come from either Central or South America.
This year our bedding scheme at Erddig will be composed of apricot and orange begonias, African marigolds, blue petunias, blue lobelia, nicotiana and a few silver leaved cineraria.
Sow under glass slow maturing bedding plants such as African marigolds, petunias and lobelia.
START planting seeds of various annuals and perennials such as penstemons, geranium, lobelia, rudbeckia, French and African marigolds.
Under glass, or even on that fuchsia-lined windowsill, sow petunias, salvias, penstemon, geranium, lobelia, verbena, French and African marigolds, begonia, alyssum, nicotiana and busy Lizzies.
One of them is a great big Jelly Palm which we surrounded with salvias, geraniums and African marigolds.
There are lots of other English flowers to indulge in such as freesia and lily of the valley or spoil yourself with exotic blooms like orchids, Japanese cherry blossoms and African marigolds.
Geraniums, marigolds, African marigolds, dahlias, snap dragons, fuchsias and the beautifully formed trumpets of the petunias make wonderful cameos on an endless canvas of relaxing greens.
This hardy annual marigold is not to be confused with the frost-tender French and African marigolds.
Use a heated propagator to sow halfhardy annuals and other bedding plants including antirrhinums, African marigolds, Begonia semperflorens, gazanias and lobelias.
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