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Marigold

In British financial circles, a slang term for 1 million pounds. See also: The City.
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A Tortoiseshell Butterfly on French Marigolds at Hartlepool.
Hundreds of bedding geraniums and French marigolds have been planted in the nine beds near the castle keep as part of DZG's annual summer planting programme.
For beginners, French marigolds and onions (red or yellow) are easy to grow and produce vivid colors for dyes, according to Julie Jensen, farmer and founder of Echoview Farm and Fiber Mill near Asheville, North Carolina.
WHEN pensioner Janet Carr gazed out at her French marigolds she was in for a big surprise.
I have a limited supply of plants - French marigolds, begonias, all colours, petunias, also geraniums.
COLOURFUL From left, Pulsatilla Pinwheel purple, French Marigolds and Clematis alpina Constance
Planting french marigolds or busy lizzies before mid May when night frosts are still about is a gamble.
99) comes with everything needed to grow beautiful red zinnias, sunflowers, French marigolds, and coral zinnias.
Bedding or annual flowers such as French marigolds or sweet william or wild flowers such as cornflower will be visited by many species.
Plant them with French marigolds to help deter whitefly.
A Tender annuals such as Begonias, Impatiens and French Marigolds are best planted out in early June in Scotland.