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any of numerous chiefly annual herbs of the genus Calendula widely cultivated for their yellow or orange flowers

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Calendulas will survive in most areas on winter and spring rains, but they'll thrive if you water them between showers.
Phytochemical constituents and pharmacological activities of Calendula officinalis Linn.
The calendula or pot marigold (so called because it was used in Elizabethan cuisine to flavour stews - especially when the meat was on the old side) is 'Indian Prince', with crimson buds and crimson reverses to its petals.
Calendulas, commonly called pot marigolds but unrelated to marigolds, are just as beautiful in containers as they are in the garden.
Sow hardy annuals like calendulas, nasturtiums and eschscholzia to flesh out mixed borders.
Easy-to-grow calendulas could be the new rudbeckias - the new variety C.
A handful of seasonal blooms--magenta dahlias, rusty orange calendulas, and rosy viburnum berries--celebrate the fall harvest.
Calendulas will help attract bees to pollinate your veg QIN December I came across a large strelitzia, bird of paradise.
Most calendulas have yellow or orange, single or double, daisy flowers.
Calendulas are an economic alternative to expensive saffron and can be used to flavour oil, while nasturtiums not only provide peppery-flavoured flowers and leaves but buds that can be pickled and used as a caper substitute.