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Marigolds, is a members of the genus Tagetes. This aromatic plant have attractive yellow, orange, or red flowers.Marigolds
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Nice!
 
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My favorite flower.
 
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I can almost smell them from here!  One of my favorite flowers!
 
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they are also good at repelling bad insects. my father used to grow them every third row in the garden and plant a few with his tomatoes. the seeds from the previous year would also pop up all over the garden. some were weeded out and some left to keep it all going.
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