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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His performance on Marigold almost beggared belief.
A new draft will be completed this month, said Geoff Jackson, executive officer of the diocese of Ontario and a leading Marigold author along with Canon Philip Poole of Aurora, Ont., and Archdeacon John Robertson, director of planned giving for the national church.
('Aphria' or the 'Company') (TSX: APHA and NYSE: APHA) today announced that its subsidiary Marigold Projects Jamaica Limited ('Marigold') has received a retail Herb House licence from Jamaica's Cannabis Licensing Authority ('CLA') to open its first store in Kingston, Jamaica.
Aphria owns 49% of Marigold and the subsidiary holds a Tier 3 license to cultivate more than five-acres of land with cannabis for use across medical, scientific, and therapeutic purposes, the company said.
It has long been part of gardening folklore that growing marigolds alongside tomatoes deters the tiny sap-sucking insect.
TAGETES PATULA 'DISCO RED' I spotted this lovely French marigold in full bloom this week and loved its exuberant red petals, outlined in yellow.
M2 EQUITYBITES-September 18, 2018-Scythian Biosciences Closes Acquisition of Marigold Projects Jamaica
Bazid Kheil, and Shahab Kheil are small villages, where rose, jasmine, marigold, tuberose etc.
An orange pot marigold, (Calendula officinalis) African marigold Orange French marigolds THIS is the year of the marigold, according to Fleuroselect, the international organisation for ornamental plants, and why not?
They attract bees and butterflies which helps pollinate other flowers This is the year of the marigold, according to Fleuroselect, the international organisation for ornamental plants, and why not?