My favorite color or marigold :-)
I like the variegated ones, too! So pretty!
Great result ~ looks lovely . . :)
Doesn't it? :)
I think it's what we call a French Marigold in the Mother Country. Not 100% sure tho.
We just call them marigolds...didn't know they were French!
The English Marigold looks very different, and it is a herb for treating conjunctivitis. Not a lot of people know that!
Such a pretty and dainty marigold.So glad it bloomed and the mystery is solved.
I was pretty sure it was a marigold. Some guessed tomato.But the color was the real mystery!
Marigold it turned out to beAs the orange sure flies free
Happy little bloom...a second one will open soon!
Ahh, sweet! Im so glad it bloomed. Love the variegated colors.
Yeah, me too! It's about ready to need a bigger pot, too!
Love those! You did good keeping it alive and well all this time. I have a package of seeds I never planted.
Given your current drought condition, maybe you should save them for next year! :)
How perfect!I think that would have brought a tear to my eye.....*sigh*Enjoy your evening Betsy....Cheers!Linda :o)
It's very sweet, isn't it? :)
Awww - such a cheery little marigold!
Yes, it is....so sweet. And it's growing! Two more buds!
I like it when mysteries are solved!
Me, too! :)
Beautiful �� was Alex excited about it as well?
Alex didn't seem to care. haha. I guess flowers aren't his thing. lol.
Ps: oh those two ugly question marks were supposed to be a yellow heart ...
It's a cute little marigold. :)
Isn't it? Very sweet. :)
What a pretty flower...mystery solved.
A sweet little plants, and perfect to add as a companion plant in your vegetable garden, those little bugs hate them :)Happy to read you are on the mend.~Jo
I should plant it out by the tomatoes!
I'm serving coffee! Stay and chat!And no awards, please! Your comments are my awards!