On flowers, cameras, travels, friends and other marvels of nature

Thursday, January 5, 2012

Calendula officinalis

Antikyra, Corinthian gulf, Mars 13, 2010

Calendula officinalis is considered the cultivar of Calendula arvensis, although originally it might be native to southeastern Europe. It often, however, escapes from the gardens and grows wild in the vicinity, as on the pictures above, in the area Palatia, on the southwest of Antikyra.

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