Translation of marigold in Spanish:


caléndula, n.

Pronunciation /ˈmɛrəˌɡoʊld//ˈmarɪɡəʊld/


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    caléndula feminine
    maravilla feminine
    • If you are tempted to plant annual flower seedlings, consider the most heat-tolerant ones such as petunias, calendulas, cosmos & African marigolds.
    • Calendula, also known as Scotch or pot marigold, is another old trouper.
    • I went upstairs on the roof and sat among the potted plants, among the violets and chrysanthemums and marigolds and daisies.
    • Fast-growing annuals such as nasturtium, candytuft and pot marigold can still be sown.
    • The field was dotted with a wide assortment of colors, both vibrant in their autumn oranges and yellow marigolds and subdued with pastels of pink and sky.
    • Most people are familiar with pot marigold and nasturtium, my favourite good-value plant with its peppery-tasting leaves, decorative edible flowers, and plump seeds that can be pickled as capers.
    • Their garden includes an impressive display of petunias, orange marigolds and lilies, and hundreds of eye-catching colours are on display.
    • If you have a history of allergy to daisies, ragweed, marigolds, chrysanthemums, or related plants, you may be more at risk of having an allergic reaction to echinacea.
    • Its fern-like foliage provides a soft background for smaller sun-loving petunias, daisies, marigolds and others.
    • Poppies, sweet peas, pot marigold and gilia are all waiting in our yard for attention.
    • There were also carnations, marigolds and daisies planted around the sides of the garden.
    • For example - a bright blue pot planted with orange marigolds stands out in any setting.
    • Vibrant orange marigolds sit quite comfortably close to the paler blue cornflower.
    • The air is awash with the fragrance of marigolds as families weep and hug their departing ones: proud and sad and a little apprehensive, but incredibly happy for what the future holds.
    • The yellow of their egg yolks will be an even more intense golden color thanks to the natural orange pigments in the marigolds.
    • Dark-leafed Heuchera ‘Palace Purple’ and bright orange pot marigold add contrast and stop the group looking wishy-washy.
    • There were daisies, petunias, tulips, marigolds, and sunflowers.
    • It is also know as pot marigold, but should not to be confused with the common garden marigolds of the Tagetes species.
    • These included lilacs, lindens, Virginia creeper, marigolds, sunflowers, honeysuckle, pinks, and daisies.
    • Almost hypnotic he thought, and upon closing his eyes he saw a vast field of marigolds and daisies that had covered the backyard to his home.