322 marigold Home Design Photos

Ejay Interiors
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Dining Room
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these walls. I agree more like Husky Orange than Marigold.
Got it - Marigold by Sherwin williams. its beautiful.
Love the wall color - Marigold by SW
SW Marigold Den paint
Dining Room SW6664 Marigold
Marigold | Sherwin-Williams
Marigold paint Sherman williams
marigold paint by SW emerson buffet
Marigold | Sherwin-Williams
This is SW Marigold...SW Marigold
“Fjc” — Santhi Sagar
Kim Gamel
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various herbs
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or have fish. Potted marigolds and catnip also repel mosquitoes. Wasps are attracted by colorful blooms; but deterred by a bowl of crushed cloves.
Plant catnip and marigolds in planters and place
easy-growing perennial. Marigolds also have a distinctive smell that is unbearable to mosquitoes. Try planting these annuals in pots around your patio and next to windows, and the smell will prevent mosquitoes from hanging around.
easy-growing perennial. Marigolds also have a distinctive smell that is unbearable to mosquitoes
catnip, marigolds & other plants can add to repel mosquitoes
Catnip is a natural mosquito repellent that grows in most areas as an easy-growing perennial. Marigolds also have a distinctive
“mint-Harvest: Snip off the ends to use in everything from drinks and dressings to main courses and d” — margielynnj
Troy Rhone Garden Design
17 Reviews
Contemporary Cottage Garden teak table and chairs
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perfect setting for coffee or a casual bite, this teak bistro table for two is surrounded by raised flower beds planted with cheerful yellow and orange marigolds. A pea gravel patio adds texture and firm footing for the table. To successfully install a patio like this, the designer points out, the key is to
marigolds at the end of the boxes.
perfect setting for coffee or a casual bite, this teak bistro table for two is surrounded by raised flower beds planted with cheerful yellow and orange marigolds. A pea gravel patio adds texture and firm footing for the table. To successfully install a patio like this, the designer points out, the key is
“love the raised beds to create contrast with the gravel patio” — aiden0415
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debora carl landscape design
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debora carl landscape design
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succulents, perennials and grasses that can still tolerate the heat and low-water conditions. Design tip: Look for Southwest favorites like desert marigold, Mexican honeysuckle, native sunflowers, red-hot poker and yellow bells. More familiar favorites include cosmos, coneflowers, dahlias, gloriosa daisies
desert marigold, Mexican honeysuckle,native sunflowers, red-hot poker,yellow bells. Cosmos, dahlias, gloriosa daisies, salvia and Verbena
succulents, perennials and grasses that can still tolerate the heat and low-water conditions.Design tip: Look for Southwest favorites like desert marigold, Mexican honeysuckle, native sunflowers, red-hot poker and yellow bells. More familiar favorites include cosmos, coneflowers, dahlias, gloriosa daisies
“Succulents” — bgiancoli
SURROUNDS Landscape Architecture + Construction
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Elegance in Design
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MarigoldAnother constant bloomer is marigold. It has cheerful yellow and orange blooms, and it forms a nice, 6- to 10-inch clump when mature. But its natural ability to repel bugs and even deer may be even better than its appearance. This makes marigolds ideal companions in your
your edible container gardens.Marigold seeds are long, very light and can blow away easily, so be sure to sow in a spot free from drafts. Wait to plant your marigold seedlings outside after the last frost.Botanical name: Tagetes patulaUSDA zones: N/A; treat as an annualWater requirement: Medium moisture;
“Like the garden idea” — Shomilla Ali
Chris Kauffman
window box
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a trailing habit — ivies, petunias, lobelias, impatiens, sweet potato vines — but don't forget vertical plants to balance things out. Geraniums, marigolds, tiny evergreen topiaries, low-growing ornamental grasses and even miniature roses can be tucked in to add a bit of height and keep things interesting
a trailing habit — ivies, petunias, lobelias, impatiens, sweet potato vines — but don't forget vertical plants to balance things out. Geraniums, marigolds, tiny evergreen topiaries, low-growing ornamental grasses and even miniature roses can be tucked in to add a bit of height and keep things interesting
“Windowbox” — fortneck
Urban Oasis
7 Reviews
Waterwise Mediterranean
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It is Mexican Marigold in the foreground and Lion's Tail in the background.
Planting combination Gold plants: Mexican Marigold(foreground) and Lionstail (back)
mexican marigold and lions tail
Mexican Marigold
“nice pavings” — farhad53
Waterwise Landscapes Incorporated
Valley backyard
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may be even better than its appearance. This makes marigolds ideal companions in your edible container gardens. Marigold seeds are long, very light and can blow away easily, so be sure to sow in a spot free from drafts. Wait to plant your marigold seedlings outside after the last frost. Botanical
Nasturtiums look great in the garden. Easy to grow, as are marigolds.
Another constant bloomer is marigold. It has cheerful yellow and orange blooms, and it forms a nice, 6- to 10-inch clump when
front of deck bed marigold and zinnias
“very nice that it can survive the cold” — rodney_rangel
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