Calendula was regarded as a magical herb as well as a medical and culinary herb in medieval times. It’s been used to make dyes, flavor foods, treat wounds, and even aid in the celebration of the sun god’s rebirth at the winter solstice. Marigold wreaths hanging over a door are thought to keep evil and negativity out.
Consecrate an area by scattering dried flowers or burning consecration incense. They’re also a nice touch for dream pillows. Used in home protection when blended with urine and placed at the four corners of your property. In hoodoo, used for winning court cases.
Calendula magic is the magic of plenty, possibility, attitude, and beauty. Calendula, which blooms from early spring to late fall and even winter, has a lot to teach us about wealth preservation. Calendula may teach you how to discover and create the conditions that allow true prosperity to bloom again as a mentor and knowledgeable companion on your journey. Look forward to the many lovely ways money can blossom for you if Calendula has entered your life, and be prepared to make all the necessary adjustments to preserve the conditions that best promote those flowers. Calendula magic is wealth-maintenance magic.
Calendula prefers full sun but does not tolerate excessive heat. It grows quickly from seed and will reseed in mild areas if left alone. Seeds should be collected in the autumn and replanted the following year in colder areas. Seeds should be sown in the garden as soon as the threat of frost has gone, with only a thin layer of soil covering them. Thin to a distance of 12 inches. Calendula prefers to be planted in a beautiful bed of compost with some mulch around its roots once it starts going in the summer, even though they are tolerant of poor soils.
They’re also great in pots and window boxes. However, many individuals find that their scent is too strong to be used indoors.Also known as Pot Marigold, Holligold, Bull’s Eyes, Summer’s bride and Gold bloom