The sunniest herb in the garden! Also called a Pot Marigold, it blooms yellow repeatedly throughout the growing season.
To height of 3′
Petals are edible and can be used fresh in salads or dried and used to color cheese, or as a replacement for saffron. Often used to make a cooling salve to put on cuts, scrapes, burns, and stings.
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