- n. Plural form of marigold.
“When did marigolds aka 'stinkin' Rogers' become known as calendula?”
“Some, such as marigolds, will bloom almost every month, while others, such as daffodils, make an early appearance and a swift departure.”
“Use heirloom vegetable varieties and incorporate annuals such as marigolds, nasturtiums, and basil, for example, with tomatoes.”
“In the _Luxembourg_ gardens only common annuals were growing, such as marigolds, sun-flowers, &c. probably self sown; neither were there in the _Tuileries_ gardens, which I afterwards saw, any remarkable plants.”
“The garden included quaint old flowers such as marigolds, sweet Williams, bleeding hearts, bachelors 'buttons, Jacob's ladder and many others of which Patty did not even know the names.”
“Sweet-brier stretched above the foundation and climbed her window; and there were rank flowers, such as marigolds and peppery bouncing-betties, which sent her pungent odors.”
“Here, also, in summer, various brilliant annuals, such as marigolds, petunias, four-o'clocks, found an indulgent corner in which to unfold their splendors, and were the delight and pride of Aunt Chloe's heart.”
“Fafard Growing Mixes with Osmocote Start are intended for fast crops grown in 4-inch pots or smaller, such as marigolds, begonias, vincas and impatiens.”
“Two more pots of marigold seeds, along with zinnias, which last year I thought were a new kind of marigolds, and some other unidentified-but-cool-looking stuff.”
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