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Marigold

In British financial circles, a slang term for 1 million pounds. See also: The City.
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In the kitchen Some marigolds - French marigold (Tagetes patula) and golden marigold (Tagetes tenuifolia) - are fit for human consumption, but it's highly advisable to only eat plants sold for this purpose.
A Tortoiseshell Butterfly on French Marigolds at Hartlepool.
WHEN pensioner Janet Carr gazed out at her French marigolds she was in for a big surprise.
Bedding or annual flowers such as French marigolds or sweet william or wild flowers such as cornflower will be visited by many species.
Expert tip: Keep greenhouse crops bug-free the natural way by planting French marigolds - whiteflies hate the smell of them.
A Tender annuals such as Begonias, Impatiens and French Marigolds are best planted out in early June in Scotland.
Lobelia for borders, petunias for pots, begonias because husband liked them and French marigolds because I'm determined to have a display of those if it takes me a lifetime.
Some folk swear by growing French marigolds nearby to mask the carroty scent.
The same size is ideal for French marigolds but my African marigolds go into 15s.
In spring and summer, French marigolds go here; in fall, these are replaced with |Majestic Giant' pansies or |King Henry' violas.
I have a limited supply of plants - French marigolds, begonias, all colours, petunias, also geraniums.