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Marigolds

Quick Summary

Marigolds were discovered in Central America in the 16th century by the Portuguese. They are seperated into to genuses of Tagetes(French and African Marigolds) and Celandula (Pot Marigolds).
They come in a variety of colors with yellow and orange being the most common colors. Marigolds tend to have a pungent scent that deters insects. Some can be used for medicinal, cosmetic, and culinary purposes.

Variations of Marigolds

African Marigolds
African Marigolds:


French Marigolds
French Marigolds


Signet Marigolds
Signet Marigolds


Mule Marigolds
Mule Marigolds


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