Calendula flowers are striking and beautiful for your garden. They’re a vibrant yellow flower in contrast to their green foliage. They have various medicinal benefits including antibacterial, antifungal and anti-inflammatory properties. The flower can be ground down to make oil which can be used in creams and ointments. Calendula can also be used with food, with a tangy, peppery taste you could add it to salads and soups. It can be used as a substitute to saffron.

Prune and feed annually, these plants are very easy to maintain. They’re suitable for pots or garden beds and grow to approximately 0.4m (h) x 0.4m (w).

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