Spicy Tagetes

    Tagetes tenuifolia
belongs to the Compositae family and is originally from Latin America like others of the Tagetes species. It has small flowers and small lobate leaves and resembles a sweeping bush, 35 cm tall and covered with single flowers. Spicy Tagetes is a beautiful, easy to grow, hardy and is used as a herb in food,  with a special taste, a tinge of lemon. This plant flavours desserts well too. Leaves, stalks and flowers are used.

SOWING: Sow about 6 weeks before setting out when the risk of frost is over. Keep 30 cm of space between plants!

SEEDS: 1000 seeds/g.
Golden Gem, organic seeds
Has golden yellow flowers with orange centre. Height 35 cm. A portion contains about 200-300 seeds.

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Tagetes, Orange, organic seeds
Orange flowers. Height 35 cm. A portion contains about 200 seeds.

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Red gem
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Has deep-red flowers with lighter centres. A portion contains about 200-300 seeds.

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Mexican Marigold
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Tagetes minuta is tall (160-200 cm), bushy and hardy. It rarely blooms here in the North (Sweden). The leaves are used to season food. This plant also deters insects and nematodes. A portion contains ...

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