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One caveat: If you're allergic to ragweed, you might react to pot marigold as well.
As a contrast of flower power I also plan to try for the first time a pink coloured pot marigold that Suttons call Pink Surprise.
Nettles made soup and horseradish perked up pottage, while pot marigold, violet and chive flowers were also on the menu.
Here's a top ten of some of the best plants for attracting and feeding beneficial insectsCalifornian poppy (Eschscholtzia californica) n Candytuft (Iberis umbellata) n Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) n Dyers chamomile (Anthemis tinctoria) n Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) and bronze fennel (Foeniculum vulgare ``Purpureum'') n Fern-leaf yarrow (Achillea filipendulina) n Goldenrod (Solidago virgaurea) n Phacelia (Phacelia tanacetifoliaPoached-egg plant (Limnanthes douglasii) n Pot marigold (Calendula officinalisWhatever the size of your garden, room can be made for attractant plants.
Fill gaps left between spring and summer with tender perennials and easyto-grow annuals including cosmos, nigella and pot marigold.
Attractive, too, to other beneficial insects such as butterflies and bees, is the pot marigold, Calendula officinalis.
Pot marigold, baby blue eyes (nemophila), candytuft, poached egg plant, Love-in-a-mist (nigella) and sunflowers are all a good bet.
Contains one packet each of: Alyssum, Canterbury Bell, Cornflower, Gypsophila, Indian Pink, Larkspur, Love in a mist, Nasturtium, Pansy, Poppy, Pot marigold and Sweet William.
But remember that any plant that self-seeds will grow where it wants to, not where you want it: Borago officinalis (borage), Calendula officinalis (marigold, pot marigold), Iberis umbellata (candytuft), Tropaeolum cus.
AN essential plant for any cottage garden, the pot marigold or calendula will brighten borders with blooms in gold and orange and all shades in between.
POT MARIGOLDS AN essential plant for any cottage garden, the pot marigold or calendula will brighten borders with blooms in gold and orange and all shades in between.
Hardy annuals such as pot marigold, cornflowers and poppies, can be raised from seed now and overwintered as young plants under cloches to provide some extra early summer blooms.