“It's calendula species Calendula, also known as Pot Marigold.”
“Calendula is a cool-season annual, so needs to be planted soon in the St. Louis area.”
“A more appropriate option for cuts and scrapes is topical homeopathic Calendula, which is a preparation made from marigolds.”
“All 20-plus ingredients that make up the Egyptian Calendula & Blood Orange facial cleanser ($28 for a 4-ounce bottle), for example, are a click away.”
“Barbara Jane Miller, who gardens along the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in Boulder, Colorado: [Calendula] can be used as a yellow dye for yarn and is food safe if you want to tint icing, etc.”
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“It's calendula (species Calendula), also known as Pot Marigold.”
“The Calendula originates from the Mediterranean basin, the Tagetes from the Americas.”
“Calendula is a deritive of the marigold, and hippy stores sell it in the baby care section.”
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