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Plant of the Month
Mexican Mint Marigold
This herb’s fragrant leaves taste like tarragon and can be used to flavor sauces, soups, and salad dressings. There isn't an insect or disease that affects this plant. The foliage is beautiful green all spring and summer. It supports late season pollinators since it starts blooming in October until first frost in November. It dies back in winter but returns very quickly the next year. Cut it back to the ground in February or March. If the clumps get too large, dig and divide them in the spring and share the divisions with your gardening friends.
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