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Desert Marigold

Baileya multiradiata

Native to the desert Southwest, desert marigold explodes with bright yellow flowers in early spring and continues unfurling blossoms until midsummer. This self-seeding perennial has a somewhat floppy shape. It demands good drainage and requires little or no supplemental water. For best results, plant desert marigold in full sun and fast-draining soil.

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From 6 inches to 3 feet

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To 2 feet wide

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how to grow desert marigold

plant desert marigold with

Claret cup cactus
Also thriving in desert environments, claret cup cactus is a great partner for desert marigold.
Smooth sotol
The spiked outline of smooth sotol is a great contrast to desert marigold's informal appearance.
Scarlet hedgenettle
Pair desert marigold with scarlet hedgenettle for a colorful perennial duet.
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