Common name : Calendula, Pot Marigold, Field Marigold

Scientific name : Calendula arvensis

Family : Asteraceae

Native land : Central and Southern Europe

Calendula is an annual and perennial herbaceous plant. It grows among the long grass of fields and displays its golden flowers from spring to autumn and again in winter if the weather is mild. The name calendula refers to the almost all-year blooming. The leaves are lance-shaped and borne on petioles from the slender, hairy stem. The oil made with the flower heads of Calendula arvensis have been used to treat wounds and skin irritations in the Mediterranean region since ancient Greeks. It has been used medicinally worldwide.

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