Mexican Marigolds typically have bright yellow, gold, or orange blooms, depending on the variety. There are about 56 known species of the Marigold or the Tagetes. Its English name is derived from the phrase "Mary's Gold" in reference to the golden yellow flowers. Because of it pungent scent, these flowering plants are often grown alongside vegetables such as tomato, eggplant, and potato to drive away rabbits and roddents in the garden.
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