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Encourage butterflies by planting catmint, mallow, pot marigold, buddleia, Sedum spectabile, wild marjoram and candytuft.
She told visitors about the curing powers of the native Yorkshire plants on display, which included lady's mantle, pot marigold and catnip.
Nettles made soup and horseradish perked up pottage, while pot marigold, violet and chive flowers were also on the menu.
Attractive, too, to other beneficial insects such as butterflies and bees, is the pot marigold, Calendula officinalis.
However, some tender perennials and hardy annuals such as pot marigold will bloom for longer if well watered, deadheaded and fed with a general liquid feed.
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.
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.
The sunny orange and yellow daisylike flowers of pot marigolds or calendula, which are known as poor man's saffron, can also be used for colouring and adding a warm, aromatic flavour to food.
You can also try nasturtium, daisies, pot marigolds, violets and roses.
Pot marigolds serve a dual purpose as they attract hoverflies, whose larvae also feed on aphids.