Calendula - Autumn morning

My calendula patch has given me much joy this growing season. I highly recommend growing this self seeding annual. It does double duty as both a topical skin healing herb and a cheery garden flower. I use calendula petals in my homemade soaps and salves and I have enjoyed its sunshine blossoms in my garden since mid July. Calendula seeds are easily harvested for planting new areas or giving away.

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  • renee

    renee on April 2, 2008, 2:26 a.m.

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