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Marigold

In British financial circles, a slang term for 1 million pounds. See also: The City.
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AS THE marigold has been named 2018's plant of the year by Fleuroselect, the international organisation for ornamental plants, HANNAH STEPHENSON, unearths five things you might not know about this brightly coloured stunner.
French marigolds are often planted near tomato plants to repel whitefly
Mix butter with petals from 2 marigolds and set aside.
These marigolds are often called African marigolds, although they are really from Mexico.
This year, there was ricinus, dahlias and a brilliant tall French marigold called 'Cinnamon'.
Pet owners should avoid geraniums, marigolds and dahlias.
For those who are bored by marigolds, as well as those who love them, let me introduce Lemon Gem and its kin.
If you want vibrant colors in your garden, marigolds could be one of the best choice as they are prolific, hardy, annual flowering plants.
It is as hardy as the French one, with the same amount of blooms but they are as big as the African Marigolds flowers so people feel its more value for money.
THIS summer we plan to grow some marigolds as part of the summer bedding design and this week we have been busy pricking out our seedlings, which will eventually be planted out in the beds towards the end of May.
This year, though, marigolds have grown into stout bushes without a trace of fungus.