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Product Number: 64901

Lemon Gem Marigold

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Signet type. The foliage of these stunning plants is very finely cut and a soft green in color. The flowers are a lemon yellow with a maroon star marking in the center. Plants are up to 1 foot and just as bushy. The signet marigolds also have the best flavor if you are looking for edibles. G7-10 20 seeds.

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SP
06/24/2018
Sandra P.
United States

Lemon gems

Every seed germinated as well as a couple of spares. Quick shipping and informative paperwork. LG are one of my favorites.

JT
06/09/2018
Justin T.
United States

Easy to grow, great plant.

I’m very happy with these plants. They are growing very well in a hot, sunny portion of my garden that has relatively poor soil and not minding a bit (I do have them well mulched with wood chips and that is helping a lot!). While they were quick to bloom in the spring and are producing an abundance of flowers, they are not a show stopper compared to some marigolds. I will definitely grow these again, but will use them either in my vegetable garden, or as a companion plant to other showier varieties. Also, for those looking for edible blooms, they have a nice flavor with a very pleasant aftertaste.

LZ
09/19/2017
Linda Z.
United States

Strong-scented, perfectly shaped mounds

This plant grows in a perfectly round mound. In a hot, dry site beside the sidewalk, I had mounds 2 feet across. The strong scent, to me, is less like lemon than like citronella. I planted this plant partially to keep away cucumber beetles, but perhaps it works for mosquitoes, too I haven't tried cooking with the petals, but they taste slightly bitter.

LZ
09/19/2017
Linda Z.
United States

Strong-scented, perfectly shaped mounds

This plant grows in a perfectly round mound. In a hot, dry site beside the sidewalk, I had mounds 2 feet across. The strong scent, to me, is less like lemon than like citronella. I planted this plant partially to keep away cucumber beetles, but perhaps it works for mosquitoes, too? I haven't tried cooking with the petals, but they taste slightly bitter.

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