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Calendula, commonly known as "marigold," is a native of Europe and was named by the Romans because the plant blooms on the first day "calends" of every month.
Calendula was well known to the old herbalists as a garden-flower and for use in cookery and medicine. According to Stevens, a 17th-century European herbalist, calendula petals were once used so extensively in the Netherlands that barrels full of dried petals could be found in many groceries and spice seller's shops.
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