ORGANIC WHOLE CALENDULA FLOWERS 4 OZ Bag (Marigold) – USDA CERTIFIED 100% ORGANIC and KOSHER – Herbal Tea (Calendula Officinalis), Caffeine Free Irradiation Free Bulk Bag

Price: $8.50

  • CULINARY: Use to garnish soups and salads. May also be baked in cookies, cakes and breads. Excellent tea herb. HOUSEHOLD: Calendula produces a natural yellow dye for coloring wool and cloth.
  • FLAVOR PROFILE: Mildly sweet, sometimes peppery. Goes well with other florals,citrus peel, vanilla, black pepper and warm spices.
  • USDA CERTIFIED 100% ORGANIC, Kosher, Non-GMO, Gluten free, All Natural Whole Calendula Flowers.

Outsidepride Marigold Flower Seed Mix - 1000 Seeds

Outsidepride Marigold Flower Seed Mix - 1000 Seeds

Price: $6.49

  • This marigold seed mix is a surefire way to add an easy to grow dwarf marigold to your flower garden, container, or raised bed. Removed fading petals to ensure an even longer blooming period.
  • These heirloom, non-gmo seeds are quick to germinate when seeds are kept continually moist in full sun. These flowers are a natural pest deterrent and can enhance the growth of other plants.
  • Sow 2 to 3 seeds per plant or 5 ounces per 1,000 square feet

A Fall of Marigolds

List price: $16.00
Price: $13.99

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PERIPHERY - Marigold (Official Music Video)

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Observer Premiere: Listen to 'Captain Marigold' Off of Acid Carousel's New EP - Dallas Observer

For the last year and a half, Denton psychedelic outfit Acid Carousel has been dazzling audiences with its whimsical brand of rock 'n' roll, which draws influence from a variety of bands, ranging from the Damned to the Shangri-Las.

This Friday, the band's new EP, Street Cowboys, will be available for purchase on Bandcamp. Ahead of the release, the Observer is premiering...

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  2. Belton Journal As good as marigold
    One might recognize Mexican mint marigold by another name because it is also known as Yerbis Anis, Spanish tarragon, Texas tarragon, Mexican tarragon, sweet mace, cloud plant, coronilla, winter tarragon, and sweet marigold. This plant has an excellent 
  3. True to Its Name, Marigold Offers a Host of Delights in a Bright, Inviting Space
    Chef Marianne Stoll, formerly of Sisters Cafe in Spring Lake, is at the helm of a new restaurant after taking time off to raise twins. (The nerve.) Word on the street has been buzzing about her breakfast and lunch spot called Marigold Market and Cafe
  4. Seven Days Farmers Market Kitchen: Melon-Marigold Cream Cooler
    Yesterday's beautifying drink du jour made use of fragrant marigold and bee balm (flowers and leaves!), along with overripe melon and a few glugs of Vermont Spirits White Vodka, which is distilled from whey. If you don't have the called-for flowers in
  5. Marigold Oleoresin Market: Global Industry Analysis and Forecast ...
    The Global Marigold Oleoresin Market report offers a deep analysis of the Marigold Oleoresin Industry. It demonstrates a brief summary of industry data and key 


  1. Plants. In the genus Calendula: . Common marigold, Calendula officinalis (also called pot marigold, ruddles, or Scotch marigold) In the genus Tagetes: . African marigold, Tagetes erecta French marigold, Tagetes patula Mexican marigold, Tagetes lucida Signet marigold, Tagetes tenuifolia Cape marigold (disambiguation), referring to several species Desert marigold, Baileya multiradiata
  2. Tagetes is a genus of annual or perennial, mostly herbaceous plants in the sunflower family ().It was described as a genus by Linnaeus in 1753. The genus is native to North and South America, but some species have become naturalized around the world.One species, T. minuta, is considered a noxious invasive plant in some areas.
  3. Marigold evokes the exotic with its small plates menu inspired by aromatic and spicy North Indian cuisine.
  4. Farmers and gardeners have long known that marigolds make important companion plants all over the garden. The underground workings of the marigold will repel nematodes (microscopic worms) and other pests for up to 3 years.
  5. Marigolds are flowers that can be planted in a flower patch at level 2 Farming using marigold seeds. Growing marigolds requires a weeded plot, a marigold seed, and a seed dibber. Marigolds take 17.5 minutes to grow. They are a great way to make an early profit from Farming, as they have a low...
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