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Calendula / RHS Gardening


Calendula...Calendula flowers are edible and have a slightly peppery flavour...All the information you'll need to grow and care for your Calendula can be found in the RHS Guide to growing annuals and biennials
Graham Rice's new plants blog: Plant of the Year winners / RHS Gardening


In third place was Calendula PowerDaisy Sunny ('Kercalsun'), a new type of very long lived calendula...Calendula Powerdaisy Sunny was bred in Britain by the company that developed the Tumbelina trailing double petunias
Smuts / RHS Gardening


On Calendula , Cosmos, Dahlia , Eschscholzia, forget-me-not and Gaillardia...Severely affected leaves of Calendula , Cosmos, Dahlia, Eschscholzia and Gaillardia may turn brown and shrivel
Edible flowers / RHS Gardening


calendula...Pot marigold ( Calendula officinalis ) ? intense colour and a peppery taste useful in soups, stews and puddings
Hardy annuals: sowing in spring / RHS Gardening


Calendula officinalis (pot marigold): Slightly aromatic leaves and single or double daisy-like flowers in shades of orange or yellow flowers from summer to autumn
Hoverflies / RHS Gardening


Some great plants for hoverflies include Allium, Coreopsis, Japanese anemone , Buddleja , English marigold ( Calendula ), Hebe, poppies ( Papaver ), Sanguisorba , thistles and angelica

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