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Image of Tagetes photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Marigold)

There are approximately 50 species of Tagetes. This New World genus originates from the warm regions of the southwestern United States, Mexico and South America. The plants are variable and may be annual, perennial or shrub-like. Most have strongly scented leaves and showy flowers. They were first brought to the Old World in the 16th Century where they became valued both ornamentally and medicinally. Most cultivated varieties available today are complex hybrids that provide an abundance...

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Jessie Keith

(Cottage Red Marigold, Marigold)

The single, bright-red, gold-centered blooms of 'Cottage Red' marigold appear all summer on bushy, 30-inch (75 cm) plants. This annual was discovered in Mexico and is believed to be a hybrid.

The dark green, ferny, pungent foliage of 'Cottage Red' is dotted from early summer to early fall with numerous small, mahogany-red to orange-red, five- to eight-petaled blooms. The petals are spade-shaped with squared-off tips. Bees and butterflies visit the blooms.

For best growth, marigolds require...

Image of Tagetes erecta photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(African Marigold, American Marigold)

Large blooms of yellow, gold or orange bedeck this regal garden favorite. The American marigold is a tall, bushy annual that is native throughout Mexico and Central America. Its dark green, ferny foliage has a distinctive aromatic smell and subtends strong stems topped with large semi-double or fully double flowers that come in an array of warm shades. Plants will continue to bloom while temperatures are warm and favorable. The removal of spent flowers will ensure continued blooming.

Marigolds...

(African Marigold, American Marigold)

Antigua™ Gold marigold produces fully double, golden-yellow, 3-inch (7.5 cm) pompons on bushy, 10- to 12-inch (25 to 30 cm) plants. This cultivar can be purchased and planted as seed or as nursery-grown seedlings.

A bright and familiar garden annual, American marigold is native throughout Mexico and Central America. The dark green ferny foliage has a distinctive aromatic smell. Plants will continue to bloom while temperatures are warm and favorable. The removal of spent flowers will ensure continued...

(African Marigold, American Marigold)

Antigua™ Orange marigold produces fully double, clear-orange, 3-inch (7.5 cm) pompons on bushy, 10- to 12-inch (25 to 30 cm) plants. This cultivar can be purchased and planted as seed or as nursery-grown seedlings.

A bright and familiar garden annual, American marigold is native throughout Mexico and Central America. The dark green ferny foliage has a distinctive aromatic smell. Plants will continue to bloom while temperatures are warm and favorable. The removal of spent flowers will ensure continued...

Antigua™ Primrose marigold produces fully double, lemon-yellow, 3-inch (7.5 cm) pompons on bushy, 10- to 12-inch (25 to 30 cm) plants. This cultivar can be purchased and planted as seed or as nursery-grown seedlings.

A bright and familiar garden annual, American marigold is native throughout Mexico and Central America. The dark green ferny foliage has a distinctive aromatic smell. Plants will continue to bloom while temperatures are warm and favorable. The removal of spent flowers will ensure...

Image of Tagetes erecta (ANTIGUA™ SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(African Marigold, American Marigold, Antigua Marigolds)

Antigua™ Series marigolds produce fully double, yellow or orange, 3-inch (7.5 cm) pompons on bushy, 10- to 12-inch (25 to 30 cm) plants. These cultivars can be purchased and planted as seed or as nursery-grown seedlings.

A bright and familiar garden annual, American marigold is native throughout Mexico and Central America. The dark green ferny foliage has a distinctive aromatic smell. Plants will continue to bloom while temperatures are warm and favorable. The removal of spent flowers will ensure...

(African Marigold, American Marigold)

Antigua™ Yellow marigold produces fully double, bright yellow, 3-inch (7.5 cm) pompons on bushy, 10- to 12-inch (25 to 30 cm) plants. This cultivar can be purchased and planted as seed or as nursery-grown seedlings.

A bright and familiar garden annual, American marigold is native throughout Mexico and Central America. The dark green ferny foliage has a distinctive aromatic smell. Plants will continue to bloom while temperatures are warm and favorable. The removal of spent flowers will ensure...

Image of Tagetes erecta

James H. Schutte

(African Marigold, American Marigold)

Atlantis Orange marigold produces fully double, bright orange, 3-inch (7.5 cm) pompons on upright, 12- to 16-inch (30 to 40 cm) stems. This F1 hybrid can be purchased and planted as seed or as nursery-grown seedlings.

A bright and familiar garden annual, American marigold is native throughout Mexico and Central America. The dark green ferny foliage has a distinctive aromatic smell. Plants will continue to bloom while temperatures are warm and favorable. The removal of spent flowers will ensure...

Image of Tagetes erecta

James H. Schutte

(African Marigold, American Marigold)

Atlantis Primrose marigold produces fully double, pale-yellow, 3-inch (7.5 cm) pompons on upright, 12- to 16-inch (30 to 40 cm) stems. This F1 hybrid can be purchased and planted as seed or as nursery-grown seedlings.

A bright and familiar garden annual, American marigold is native throughout Mexico and Central America. The dark green ferny foliage has a distinctive aromatic smell. Plants will continue to bloom while temperatures are warm and favorable. The removal of spent flowers will ensure...