Tagetes lemonii. Height: 4 to 85 inches (10 to 220 cm). Tagetes lemmonii. Flowers: Summer until first frost. Tagetes lemmonii, le tagète de Lemmon appartient à la grande famille des Astéracées, caractérisées par un capitule de fleurs regroupées en marguerite. Tagetes Growing and Care Guide. Borgonyà-Orriols (GI-513) Km. Flower Details: Yellow, white, gold, orange. It is named for John Gill Lemmon and his wife Sara, who collected the plant in southeastern Arizona in the early 1880s. Life Cycle: Half hardy annual, hardy annual. 1,9 17844 Cornellà de Terri (Girona) Tèl. Tagetes lemmonii. 27 members have or want this plant for trade. Distribué par: Micrològic SLU. Tagetes lemmonii est caractérisé par sa floraison automnale tardive, qui peut se prolonger jusqu'au printemps si la plante n'a pas gelé en hiver. Common Names: African Marigold, French Marigold, Mexican Marigold, Aztec Marigold. Groupements : POLÍTICA DE COOKIES | AVIS JURIDIQUE | PROTECTION DE DONNÉES; VIVERS CAREX Ctra. Common Names:Copper Canyon Daisy, Lemmon's Marigold. Tagetes lemmonii also is known as Mt. Native: Americas. : 34-972 59 50 10 - Fax: 34-972 59 46 09 - info@carex.cat. Lemmon marigold, mountain marigold, and Mexican bush marigold. Growing Region: Zones 1 to 10. Care. Daisy-like ray and disc florets. Espèce: lemmonii. Latin Name:Tagetes lemmonii. It is native to the states of Sonora and Sinaloa in northwestern Mexico as well as southern Arizona in the United States. Lorsque le feuillage est frotté, il dégage une forte odeur piquante, fraîche et acidulée, mêlant des senteurs de mandarine, persil et menthe [4]. When off the bloom, its soft domed form contrasts well against strong … Este sitio web utiliza cookies propias y de Toothed. Tagetes lemonii; précédent suivant. The Tagetes belong to the most popular continuous flowers in our gardens. for an aromatic summer green that explodes into autumn gold . View gallery. Tagetes lemmonii, or Lemmon's marigold, is a North American species of shrubby marigold, in the daisy family ().Other English names for this plant include Copper Canyon Daisy, Mountain Marigold, and Mexican Marigold. Category: Perennials. Water Requirements: Drought-tolerant; suitable for xeriscaping. The flower are nearly indestructible, which is why they are not only suited for beds and stone gardens, but are also perfect t be planted in graves because of their low maintenance character. 28 more photos VIEW GALLERY. As the “ii” on the end of the species name tells, this plant was named after someone with the surname of Lemmon. Foliage: Pinnate. The colorful continuous bloomers are however not winter hardy. Design Tip:Use in the border with fall flower colors of blues and purples from such plants as native asters, Mexican bush sage or Maximilian daisies. Genre: Tagetes. Family: Asteraceae (ass-ter-AY-see-ee) Genus: Tagetes (TAG-e-teez) Species: lemmonii (lem-mon-ee-eye) Synonym: Tagetes alamensis: Synonym: Tagetes palmeri: 2 vendors have this plant for sale.