They are herbs of scarce height (40 or 50 cm), of stems erect and branched from the base forming dense bushes; with lanceolate leaves, simple, slightly pubescent, between 5 and 20 cm long. The flowers are discoidal, yellow to intense orange, and very showy. Some species, including the commonly called golden button (Calendula officinalis), are in bloom almost all year round; Its scientific name comes from the calends, the name given by the Latins on the first day of the month, judging similar the frequency of its flowering.
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In addition to its known medicinal uses as a healing and anti-inflammatory, it can be used in infusions, as an ingredient in salads, soups or pasta, it will add a healthy and decorative touch to your preparations.