Just like a birthstone, every month has a flower. Knowing the flower of the month, their names, their meanings, helps you in so many ways. You can use it to decorate your room or bullet journal for that month. You can gift it to someone in so many ways, for Instance, customize a necklace or bracelet, use it in the decoration of care packages, or just a bouquet. Just the little gesture of gifting someone their birth month flowers add deep meaning to your gift, making it stand out and mean a thousand times better than others. As much is growing flower in your garden is loved and advised by everyone, you can not grow every flower in your garden. So, you can always get them delivered to you in no time if you order them through cakes and gift delivery services. They offer same-day delivery, early morning, and midnight deliveries.
Marigold–the Flower of October
Creativity and Passion
They bloom in their full swing during the summer season. The average growth period is almost 8 weeks. It is considered that their growth is faster. They grow in bunches and fills the surroundings by its elegance.
The exciting yellow color is famous as it attracts the human mind in a way that no color can compete with it. It is exciting but not loud or angry It is warm and soft. It gives a feeling of calm and happiness. Psychologically it represents uplifting and cheerfulness. In the Christian context, it is known for hope and bountifulness.
Marigold also comes in gradient with the orange color which is known as wisdom, joy, and optimism. Amazingly both colors with strong meanings are combined naturally in marigold flowers.
- Ointments made of marigold soothes sunburn, acne, bite, heals blister, wounds, and dry skin.
- The balm made of marigold helps treat genital, eye, skin, feet, and mouth fungal infection.
- Marigold extract boosts the immune which is why it is used to minimize fever, cough, and sore throat
- Marigolds are found quite helpful to avoid pests for the growth of vegetables and are used for the protection of vegetable growth.
- Digestive-teas made of marigold helps soothe menstrual cramps, lowers symptoms of inflammatory bowel disease, and treats acid reflux.
- It has antiseptic properties due to this marigold extract is used to cure inner-ear inflammation, infection, jock itch, and vaginal infection.
How to grow Marigold
Marigolds have many species some are planted during the mid-summer season while others require to be planted during early spring and make sure to place the pot near the sun so that it will get proper sunlight. These are easy to grow and can be grown by seeds easily. If you are going to plant an already grown plant of marigold, you will have to dig 6 inches deep to place it in your garden. Plant them in some free area as it requires a lot of space to grow. For watering, focus on soil rather than watering from the head of the flowers.