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Marigold ‘Day of the Dead Orange’ “Cempazuchitl” From Annie's Annuals  Another must have for my marigold loving boy.

Marigold ‘Day of the Dead Orange’ “Cempazuchitl” From Annie's Annuals Another must have for my marigold loving boy.

Geum magellanicum. Straight from a seed collector in Chile, this mucho-tough, long-lived, low-maintenance perennial will win you over. Endearing scarlet-orange flowers may be 1” small, but are mighty in number & just keep coming Spring thru mid-Summer on 3’ stems, especially with deadheading. To 30” high & wide with a tidy low, 1’ mound of rich shiny & toothed green foliage. Best in well-drained soil with some compost added.

Geum magellanicum. Straight from a seed collector in Chile, this mucho-tough, long-lived, low-maintenance perennial will win you over. Endearing scarlet-orange flowers may be 1” small, but are mighty in number & just keep coming Spring thru mid-Summer on 3’ stems, especially with deadheading. To 30” high & wide with a tidy low, 1’ mound of rich shiny & toothed green foliage. Best in well-drained soil with some compost added.

Marigold. Flower for October and the  traditional flower for Dia de los Muertos

Marigold. Flower for October and the traditional flower for Dia de los Muertos

Mexican Cempasúchitl (Marygold), is the traditional flower used to honor the dead.

Mexican Cempasúchitl (Marygold), is the traditional flower used to honor the dead.

Cosmos sulphureus Orange Klondike Cosmos | A [d/-/d] [ss]

Cosmos sulphureus Orange Klondike Cosmos | A [d/-/d] [ss]

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