French Brocade Marigold Seeds
The classic French Brocade Marigold
continuously blooms with a prolific show of golden yellow, burnt orange, and red flowers.
The compact growing habit and insect-repellent properties of the French Brocade Marigold
makes them a great choice for edging flower beds or vegetable gardens.
The common name for the "tegates"
genus of flower is "marigold"
which comes from Mary's Gold"
, a name that was, at one time, exclusively applied to Calendula
have a strong, musky scent which cause them to deter common insect pests, including nematodes. It is for this reason that marigold
are considered great companion plants for tomatoes, eggplant, peppers, potatoes and tobacco plants.
genus of flowers originated in North and South America but are now naturalized around the world.
Organically grown in Colorado