There are hundreds of marigold varieties, some with pompom flowers, others with tiny, jewel toned, daisy-like blooms. You can always find a couple of varieties of marigolds at your local garden center, but for the best selection, grow your own. Marigold seeds are quick and easy to grow.
|Marigold 'First_Lady'||Marigodl 'Disco Red'||Marigold 'Queen Sophia'||Marigolds Come in Many Shades of Yellow, Gold and Mahogany|
|Marigolds are Perfect for Containers||Marigolds - An Unexpected Hanging Basket|
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