Useful to treat a variety of medical ailments calendula may be, but that doesn’t mean calendula doesn’t get its own share of plant diseases. Click this article to learn about diseases of calendula and managing diseased calendula plants.
Although some varieties are short-lived perennials in zones 8-10, most gardeners grow calendula as annuals. Calendula winter care isn?t necessary when they are grown as annuals, but this article will discuss what to do with calendulas in winter.
There are 15 species in the calendula genus, each easy to grow and fairly problem free. That said, even low maintenance calendula has problems and does have its share of pests and diseases. The following article contains information to help with this.
While calendula deadheading isn't necessary, the process can improve the appearance of plants and make way for new buds to receive the sun's kiss. Some tips on how to deadhead a calendula will have your plant in season-long production. Learn more here.
Calendula is certainly an important herb to have on hand. One of the simplest ways to take advantage of calendula?s healing properties is by making calendula oil. Click on this article to learn how to make calendula oil for health and beauty.
While calendula grows like crazy with little effort on your part, the plants attract a number of good bugs, and are also susceptible to attack by certain harmful calendula pests. Click this article to learn more about the good, the bad and the ugly.
A calendula flower is so much more than just a pretty face. Once you learn about calendula tea benefits, you?ll have even more reasons too love this plant. If you are considering growing calendula for tea, then the following article will help.
Native to the Mediterranean, calendula is a plant that has been used medicinally for centuries. It?s a pretty plant to grow in the garden, but there are also a lot of calendula uses that you could try. Learn more about what to do with calendula plants in this article.
Calendulas are a cinch to grow and the bright colors add pizzazz to the garden from late spring to early fall. The hardest part of growing this prolific annual is choosing from more than 100 different types of calendula. Learn more in this article.
The beautiful, bright orange and yellow flowers of the calendula add charm and cheer to beds and containers. Calendula is edible and has some medicinal uses. With a little extra effort you can propagate and grow this annual from seed. Learn how in this article.
Can you grow calendula in pots? These brightly colored flowers are excellent choices for cheery blooms and no-fuss maintenance. Potted calendula bring exciting color to the patio in sunny yellow and orange tones for most of the growing season. Learn more here.
Propagating calendula plants is quite simple. In general, these are easy plants to grow and simple for even the most novice of gardeners. Click on this article to find out how to propagate calendula plants for the garden.