‘Marigoule’ (C. crenata × C. sativa) originates from France. It was introduced to the United States by Craddock and Pellegrino (1992). It has a high level of resistance to Phytophthora spp. and a reputation for producing good offspring. Its nuts (18–22 g) have a pretty reddish color and large hilum. Their flavor is good, and they peel well (Nave, 1998). Yields are fair to low in Missouri.