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Image of Tagetes patula (DURANGO™ TANGERINE, DURANGO™ SERIES) photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(French Marigold)

Compact and large-flowered, the double French marigold Durango™ Tangerine produces 2- to 2.5-inch (5 to 6 cm), orange-apricot, "anemone-type" blooms on bushy, erect, 12-inch (30 cm) plants. This cultivar can be purchased and planted as seed or as nursery-grown seedlings.

French marigolds are familiar, easy to grow, bright-flowered annuals that are actually native to Mexico and Central America. They may have originated as a hybrid between the American marigold (Tagetes erecta) and signet...

(Durango Yellow Marigold, French Marigold)

Compact and large-flowered, the double French marigold Durango™ Yellow produces 2- to 2.5-inch (5 to 6 cm), canary-yellow, "anemone-type" blooms on bushy, erect, 12-inch (30 cm) plants. This cultivar can be purchased and planted as seed or as nursery-grown seedlings.

French marigolds are familiar, easy to grow, bright-flowered annuals that are actually native to Mexico and Central America. They may have originated as a hybrid between the American marigold (Tagetes erecta) and signet...

Compact and double-flowered, French marigolds in the Gate Series bear relatively large blooms atop bushy, erect, 10- to 14-inch (25 to 35 cm) plants. The yellow or orange, pompon-shaped blooms are 2 to 2.5 inches (5 to 6 cm) in diameter.

French marigolds are familiar, easy to grow, bright-flowered annuals that are actually native to Mexico and Central America. They may have originated as a hybrid between the American marigold (Tagetes erecta) and signet marigold (Tagetes tenuifolia)....

Image of Tagetes patula (JANIE SERIES) photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(French Marigold, Janie Marigold)

The vibrant French marigolds in the Janie Series have fully double, brightly colored blooms that are borne in profusion atop compact, bushy, drought-tolerant plants. There are many colors to choose from including ‘Janie Deep Orange’, ‘Janie Primrose' and ‘Janie Flame.’

Commonly known as French marigold, this easy to grow, compact annual actually originates from Mexico and Central America. In fact, some believe it is a naturally occurring hybrid between the American marigold (Tagetes erecta)...

Image of Tagetes patula (SAFARI SERIES) photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(French Marigold, Safari Marigold)

Compact and double-flowered, French marigolds in the Safari Series bear relatively large, "anemone-type" blooms atop bushy, upright, 10- to 16-inch (25 to 40 cm) plants. The yellow, orange, orange-red, or bicolored blooms are 2.5 inches (6 cm) in diameter, with crested centers. Cultivars in this series can be purchased and planted as seed or as nursery-grown seedlings.

French marigolds are familiar, easy to grow, bright-flowered annuals that are actually native to Mexico and Central America....

Image of Tagetes tenuifolia photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Mexican Marigold)

Fine foliage and a profuse display of warm-hued flowers make the signet marigold a beautiful warm season annual for summer. Distributed across higher elevations locales from Mexico to Peru, this mounding bedding plant readily self-sows and may become weedy in warmer, frost-free climates.

The bushy signet marigold has small, deeply divided leaves with a ferny appearance. In the warmth of summer, the plant becomes fully cloaked in masses of small, five-petaled flowers of yellow, gold, orange or...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Mexican Marigold)

The signet marigold cultivar 'Gnome' bears a profusion of five-petaled, golden-yellow blooms on lacy-leaved, lemon-scented, 1-foot-tall (30 cm) plants. This summer-blooming annual can be purchased and planted as seed or as nursery-grown seedlings.

Signet marigolds (Tagetes tenuifolia) are easy to grow, relatively small-flowered annuals from Mexico and Central America. Flowering continues from summer into fall if plants are regularly deadheaded. Butterflies, bees and other insects pollinate...

Golden Gem marigold features lacy citrus-scented foliage, a dwarf habit, and a profusion of golden-yellow blooms. This summer-blooming annual can be purchased and planted as seed or as nursery-grown seedlings.

Signet marigolds (Tagetes tenuifolia) are easy to grow, relatively small-flowered annuals from Mexico and Central America. Cultivars in the Gem Series produce five-petaled, golden-eyed blooms on dense, bushy, 8- to 12-inch (20 to 30 cm) plants. Flowering continues from summer into...

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Mark A. Miller

(Lemon Gem Marigold, Mexican Marigold)

Lemon Gem marigold features lacy citrus-scented foliage, a dwarf habit, and a profusion of bright yellow blooms. This summer-blooming annual can be purchased and planted as seed or as nursery-grown seedlings.

Signet marigolds (Tagetes tenuifolia) are easy to grow, relatively small-flowered annuals from Mexico and Central America. Cultivars in the Gem Series produce five-petaled, golden-eyed blooms on dense, bushy, 8- to 10-inch (20 to 25 cm) plants. Flowering continues from summer into...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Mexican Marigold)

The signet marigold cultivar 'Lulu' bears a profusion of bright-yellow, five-petaled blooms on lacy-leaved, lemon-scented, 1-foot-tall (30 cm) plants. This summer-blooming annual can be purchased and planted as seed or as nursery-grown seedlings.

Signet marigolds (Tagetes tenuifolia) are easy to grow, relatively small-flowered annuals from Mexico and Central America. Flowering continues from summer into fall if plants are regularly deadheaded. Butterflies, bees and other insects pollinate...