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  1. Mar 23,  · Directed by Martin Dennis. With Selina Griffiths, Angus Deayton, Augustus Prew, Amy Yamazaki. One-off comedy about Marigold, a lazy, bored and socially incompetent woman who wants everyone to believe she's the perfect housewife, struggling to keep up the facade alongside husband Kenneth, who is oblivious to the world around him, and year-old son Jack/10(1).
  2. Marigold plants contain toxins that help eliminate root knot and other nematodes. Nematodes, tiny microscopic worms, damage the roots of vegetables, particularly tomatoes. According to Jeff Schalau, county director at the Arizona Cooperative Extension, planting marigolds reduces the number of nematodes in the soil the following year.
  3. Calendula officinalis (aka pot marigolds or English marigolds): A native of southern Europe, this “marigold” is actually not a true marigold, but is an attractive companion plant nonetheless. Its bright flowers are edible—with a tangy, peppery taste—so it is often grown alongside herbs in kitchen gardens.
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  5. Aug 17,  · Directed by Willard Carroll. With Salman Khan, Ali Larter, Nandana Sen, Ian Bohen. Ali Larter plays an American actress who becomes immersed in the Bollywood film world/10(K).
  6. Marigold (Calendula) is an extremely effective herb for the treatment of skin problems and can be used wherever there is inflammation of the skin, whether due to infection or physical damage; for example, crural ulceration, varicose veins, hemorrhoids, anal fissures, mastitis, sebaceous cysts, impetigo or other inflamed cutaneous lesions.
  7. Invite this bold French marigold into your garden and you will be rewarded with masses of gilded blooms that have natural pest-repelling qualities! Large bicolored blooms of red and gold are simply stunning. This is the ultimate useful flower; the petals are edible, and it .
  8. Marigolds are a favorite, no-fuss annual that can bring the color of sunshine to your garden, as well as butterflies, bees, ladybugs, and other beneficial insects. Give them full sun and some well-draining soil and watch them bloom from late spring until fall. Marigold seedsgerminate quickly, within just a few days, and bloom in about 8 weeks.

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