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Article: Marigold: Flower of the Aztecs: Tagetes lemmonii

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Austin, TX

May 16, 2008
4:01 AM

Post #4958231

Here in central Texas T.lemmonii is called "Copper Canyon Daisy". In zone 8-9 it is perennial and forms a large 3-4' shrub that covers itself with charming small yellow flowers for a couple of months in the fall. It is, as are many Tagetes species, very deer resistant (almost deer proof).
Greensboro, AL

May 16, 2008
1:09 PM

Post #4959128

Thanks for the information, Ashjuniper.

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