What is a marigolder flower?
It’s a wildflower, and there are a number of varieties.
It’s a native plant in North America and in Europe.
In North America, it’s a member of the family of wildflowers, which includes sweet potatoes, potato flowers, sweet orange and rosemary.
But it also has its own distinctive name: the marigellow flower.
Marigolds are native to North America’s Great Plains and are found in a wide variety of habitats.
The flowers are often found in water, which means they’re often attracted to aquatic animals.
But they can also be found in soil.
The mariganders’ appearance varies widely from flower to flower.
They can grow anywhere from 1.5 inches to 1.9 inches tall.
In spring, the flowers are covered with red-purple blossoms, and the leaves can turn a brilliant blue in summer.
The leaves can have up to 50,000 individual seeds, but the seedlings will grow very quickly if they are provided with adequate nutrients and care.
Marigolds can be invasive.
They often take root in gardens and trees, and can cause serious problems for native species like native mussels and clams.
When they grow to maturity, the blooms can reach lengths of 2 to 3 feet.
In the wild, the marigeranders flower will have a pink or blue color and are about 1/2 inch long.