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Old October 14, 2018   #16
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Default French tarragon

Does not grow well on the humid and hot Texas Gulf Coast. I use Mexican Mint Marigold as a substitute. You can always find it in the nurseries here as a substitute for the tarragon.

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Default Tarragon for the South

Mexican Mint Marigold's Latin name is Tangetes Lucida...(close enough spelling for google)
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Correction: Tagetes lucida
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