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tagetes

(tæˈdʒiːtiːz)
n, pl tagetes
(Plants) See marigold1
[from New Latin, from Tages an Etruscan god]
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Members of the daisy family, such as the bright orange flowers of calendula and tagetes, will attract them, as well as single flowered dahlias, eupatorium, alyssum and cornflowers.
The colour extravaganza continued with rich pink dahlias, coleus with flame-coloured foliage in pots which will be easily lifted indoors for winter, and some spicy orange Tagetes such as 'Cinnabar'.
violet mixed pink The colour extravaganza continued with rich pink dahlias, coleus with flame-coloured foliage in pots which will be easily lifted indoors for winter, and some spicy orange Tagetes such as 'Cinnabar'.
French marigolds (Tagetes) planted between tomatoes and cucumbers in a greenhouse or polytunnel help to repel whiteflies, which can be a real pest.
Balancing refreshing notes of lemongrass with the earthy tones of dill seed and tagetes, it is an inviting mixer with a refreshing, simple profile that pairs beautifully with amber whiskies and most types of rum."
In this context, the species Tagetes minuta L., which is being used by farmers in the context of animal health (Wanzala et al., 2012), is a valuable resource to be studied for management in agroecosystems (Lovatto et al., 2011).
TAGETES PATULA 'DISCO RED' I spotted this lovely French marigold in full bloom this week and loved its exuberant red petals, outlined in yellow.
Tenders are invited for providing and display of marigold tagetes inca hybrid flowering plants in connection with M/o garden area attached to hon ble m.ps bungalow/flats etc., under hort.
The other type are the French and African marigolds (tagetes) - these hail from Mexico and are halfhardy annuals so they can only go outdoors after risk of frost is gone.
The other type are the French and African marigolds (tagetes) - these hail from Mexico and are half-hardy so they can only go outdoors after all risk of frost.
This study examined the toxicity of anethole, an aromatic compound of the essential oil of anise (Pimpinella anisum), as well as that of the essential oils of lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus) and sweet scented marigold (Tagetes lucida) to Varroa mites and honey bees.
Tagetes patula has been documented in other studies to be a preferred food plant by gastropods.