Marigolds and cross pollination

I grew three colors of small Marigold this year (Yellow, Orange and Orange/Red bi-color). The seed heads from the three different colors have been saved separately; all yellow seed heads in one bag, orange in another etc. Next year when I plant the new seed can I expect the sead heads from the orange flowers to produce orange flowers, and the yellow to only produce yellow etc., or will the colors be all mixed up? The different color flowers were planted about thirty feet apart.
TIA, EJ in NJ
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On 8/17/2009 5:36 AM, EJ Willson wrote:

Since many marigolds are already hybrids, you are unlikely to get the same flowers that you got this year.
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