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Marigold

In British financial circles, a slang term for 1 million pounds. See also: The City.
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This year, there was ricinus, dahlias and a brilliant tall French marigold called 'Cinnamon'.
Daisies and clematis are found in a third of all gardens, with geraniums in a quarter and marigolds in a fifth.
It belongs to a different species, in fact, than the French or African marigolds soon to open their sunny heads in gardens almost everywhere.
Since all three of these crops are subject to nematode damage, we brighten the area with marigold, calendula, and salvia plants.
Marigolds are so easy to grow and it is not too late to sow some seeds.
But unlike fellow gardener Jack Ashley, of Rugby Road, Cubbington, near Leamington, who says his sunflower secret lies in well-rotted horse muck, Sheila doesn't know why her marigolds are massive.
This year, though, marigolds have grown into stout bushes without a trace of fungus.
Most of them are freshly repainted and cared for, and each is beautifully decorated with coxcomb flowers (a type of red-flowering amaranth) and crosses of huge marigolds.
PIVEG has 15,000 acres of marigolds in cultivation, which are processed in one of five plants in Mexico, two in Peru and a state-of-the-art concentration facility in Celaya.
To admire marigolds in all their glory, you have two equally beautiful options.
Marsh marigolds are ideal to place by wild garden ponds, although there are some more compact versions such as C.
Contract for two, release for two--measuring the marigolds.