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Marigold French Durango 'Bolero'

Marigolds

The Durango Marigold Bolero features small, compact blooms. The blooms are bright yellow, ruffled flowers, with spatters of red on its sunny petals.  Durango Marigolds are petite, ruffled flowers that grow on sturdy stems above deeply divided foliage.  They are a fast growing annual that look fabulous surrounding a garden’s edge, window boxes and containers.  They are fragrant, have scented foliage, attract bees, are heat and frost tolerant and are very low maintenance.


Height

10-12 Inches

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Spread

6-10 Inches

Homeowner Growing
& Maintenance Tips

French Durango Marigolds require full sun (at least 6 hours each day) and prefer average well drained soil.  They only need medium watering, so you should water them a few times a week. Avoid watering late in the day.  Remove spent flowers to promote new blooms and prolong blooming. 

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Interesting Notes

  • Blooms keep coming through summer heat
  • Add with spiked flowers or grasses for exceptional appeal!
  • USDA Hardiness Zone 5-9

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    Characteristics & Attributes

    Attracts Wildlife
    Butterflies
    Attributes
    Fragrant
    Cut Flower
    Mass Planting
    Drought Tolerant
    Rock Garden
    Edging
    Border or Bed
    Focal Point
    Container
    Exposure
    Sun
    Foliage Color
    Green
    Season of Interest (Flowering)
    Fall
    Spring
    Summer
    Soil Moisture Preference
    Average
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