The marigold plant, also known as Calendula officinalis, is a herbaceous plant that belongs to the Asteraceae family. It is known for its bright yellow or orange flowers that provide a vibrant beauty to gardens and landscapes. The plant is hardy and can grow in almost any soil, as long as it receives enough sunlight and water. Furthermore, the marigold is also popular among bees and other insects, as it provides an important source of food and helps promote biodiversity in your garden.
Dried marigolds are a popular form in which this plant is used. Dried marigolds are also more durable than fresh flowers and can be used over a longer period of time.
The dried petals of the marigold can also be used as a tea infusion or as an ingredient in salves, creams, and other cosmetic products.
Overall, dried marigolds are a great option for anyone looking for a natural and versatile plant that can be used in many different applications.
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Marigold is a vibrant and versatile flower known for its various medicinal and culinary uses. It is often used in herbal remedies, skincare products, and as a natural food coloring
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Storage and shelf life
Store dried marigold petals in an airtight container in a cool, dry place. The shelf life is approximately 12 months from the packing date.
Variable packaging based on customer request
Mild and earthy fragrance.
Dried petals are delicate and slightly crunchy.
Bright orange or yellow petals with a distinct floral shape.
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Frequently Asked Questions
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Yes, marigold and calendula are the same thing. The plant is scientifically known as Calendula officinalis, but it is commonly referred to as marigold.
Yes, both marigolds and calendula are edible. The petals of these flowers can be consumed and are often used to add a touch of color and flavor to various dishes.
Yes, calendula flowers are safe to eat. The petals of the calendula plant can be consumed and are often used as a colorful garnish in salads, soups, and other culinary creations.
Calendula is highly regarded for its medicinal properties. It is known for its anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and wound-healing properties. Calendula extracts and oils are commonly used in skincare products to soothe and nourish the skin.
Yes, calendula tea is popular and safe to drink. It is made by infusing dried calendula flowers in hot water. Calendula tea is known for its mild, floral flavor and is often enjoyed for its soothing and relaxing effects.