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Orange Gem marigold features lacy citrus-scented foliage, a dwarf habit, and a profusion of medium-orange 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 blooms on dense, bushy, 8- to 12-inch (20 to 30 cm) plants. Flowering continues from summer into fall if plants...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Mexican Marigold)

The signet marigold cultivar 'Ornament' bears a profusion of rusty-red, golden-eyed, five-petaled blooms on lacy-leaved, lemon-scented, 10-inch-tall (25 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...

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James H. Schutte

Red Gem marigold bears a profusion of orange-red, golden-eyed blooms on dwarf, lacy-leaved, lemon-scented 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. Cultivars in the Gem Series produce five-petaled blooms on dense, bushy, 8- to 10-inch (20 to 25 cm) plants. Flowering continues from summer into fall if plants...

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James H. Schutte

(Mexican Marigold, Tangerine Gem Marigold)

Tangerine Gem marigold bears a profusion of bright orange blooms on dwarf, lacy-leaved, lemon-scented 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. Cultivars in the Gem Series produce five-petaled blooms on dense, bushy, 8- to 10-inch (20 to 25 cm) plants. Flowering continues from summer into fall if plants...

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James H. Schutte

(Gem Marigold, Mexican Marigold)

Gem Series marigolds feature lacy, lemon-scented foliage, a dwarf habit, and a profusion of yellow, orange, or red blooms. These summer-blooming annuals 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 of yellow, orange, or rusty-red on dense, bushy, 8- to 10-inch (20 to 25 cm)...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Mexican Marigold)

Lacy foliage and a profuse display of gold, yellow, and red blooms make 'Starfire Mix' marigolds a great choice for the summer garden. These annuals can be purchased and planted as seed or as nursery-grown seedlings.

Marigolds are familiar, easy to grow, bright-flowered annuals from Mexico and Central America. Tagetes tenuifolia bears deeply divided, ferny, lemon-scented leaves on low, dense, mounded plants. Plants in the 'Starfire Mix' produce five-petaled blooms of yellow, gold, orange...

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(Fiesta del Sol Mexican Sunflower, Mexican Sunflower)

A rounded, dwarf selection of Mexican sunflower, the fantastic 'Fiesta Del Sol' has deep green leaves as the backdrop for vibrant reddish orange daisies from early summer to frost. An annual that reseeds itself, it is a hybrid developed from plants native to Central America.

The deep green leaves are spade-shaped and jaggedly edged. With the warmth of spring, summer and fall, the stem tips bear golf ball-sized daisies that attract butterflies and bees. A golden yellow center is surrounded by...

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James H. Schutte

(Bluewings, Torenia, White Moon™ Torenia, Wishbone Flower)

This is a white-flowered, long-blooming Torenia from the Moon Series, which includes cultivars of other colors, such as lilac and yellow. It is a reliable, profusely flowering annual, selected from a species native to tropical Asia. The flowers slightly resemble snapdragons and have curved petals, one marked with yellow at its base. Bloom starts in spring and continues to autumn, even in climates with hot, sultry summers. It grows as an slightly lax clump.

Plant 'Dantorwhite' in well-drained...

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James H. Schutte

(Wishbone Flower)

Bred to be more heat tolerant than other wishbone flowers, this hybrid produces relatively large lavender-blue flowers on long trailing stems. The tubular blooms with wide-flaring lips appear from spring until fall, continuing even through hot spells. Plants may be perennial in mild climates, but are used as bedding and container annuals in colder areas. Some self-sowing may occur. The paired mid-green leaves are oval and toothed.

Like most wishbone flowers, this variety has low drought tolerance...

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James H. Schutte

(Wishbone Flower)

Bred to be more heat tolerant than other torenias, these hybrids between Torenia fournieri and other torenia species produce relatively large flowers on long trailing stems. Tubular blooms with wide-flaring lips appear from spring until fall, continuing even through hot spells. Flower colors include blue, violet, white, and purple. Plants may be perennial in mild climates, but are used as bedding and container annuals in colder areas. Some self-sowing may occur. The paired mid-green leaves...