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Marigold (Calendula) dried flower petals - Calendula is native to the Mediterranean region but can now be found all around the world. Our dried Calendula just includes the gorgeous bright gold petals, perfect for adding a touch a sunshine to your creations.

Botanical Name: Calendula Officinalis Flower

Please contact us if you're interested in a larger size. We would be happy to arrange a special order for you. 

1 oz of calendula by weight

1 oz by weight of dried calendula.


Average Rating:
(based on 7 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 7 Reviews:

by Annie
on 3/22/2015
Calendula Petals
I really loves using these calendula petals to infuse oils for my lip balms or body butters but, after I use the petals what else can they do? Ok, let me rephrase that: Should I just throw them out after I use them or can they do something else?

Terah from Bramble Berry replies...
Hi Annie! I'm so glad you love using Dried Calendula petals to infuse oils for lip balms and body butters! After the petals have been soaking in oil you can always blend the actual petals into a soap recipe, like in our Making Sunshine Cold Process Soap tutorial. We didn't infuse the petals used in this recipe first, though this may actually help them to blend in better! I will email you personally to discuss this further.

by Barb
on 3/21/2015
Love these pedals!!!!
I brought these dried calendula pedals because I saw them on the You tube video and thought I might be able to create that soap!!!! Well create I did!!! It's been a month now since I make my CP soap and the color it still as fresh as the rest in the bag! Oh, BTW, and oz is allot of pedals! The only draw back I see is because I use the pedals through my entire soap, they leave drag marks when cutting it. Next time I make it, I will wait four to five days to cut it in hopes that this helps. Other than that, WONDERFUL, WONDERFUL, WONDERFUL!!!!
by Olivia
on 11/9/2014
Beautiful, Fresh and Huge Quantity
I ordered 16 oz. of this dried calendula to use for infusing baby oil. A pound of this herb is a LOT - way more than I was expecting! The color is so bright and sunny, and the light sweet smell is wonderful. I used about 2 1/2 cups of dried calendula to infuse 1 lb. of sweet almond oil. That was maybe 1/12-1/15 of the entire bag of herbs. And that's all the sweet almond oil I ordered! Overall, I am very pleased with the quality and freshness of Bramble Berry's calendula. Now off to research uses for dried calendula petals...
by Justin
on 10/31/2014
Pieces of cardboard
The flowers themselves look great, but I've found several pieces of cardboard (same color as the flowers) mixed in with my bag. Not sure if it's there by accident or if it's to add weight... Has anyone else found this? Also, for those of you claiming to have found "worm like insects", google: 'calendula seeds' and see if that's what you've been finding... Calendula seeds look like little curled up caterpillars.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Justin! This product should not have any cardboard in it. I'll be emailing you personally to resolve this issue!

by heather
on 7/28/2013
best calendula I've found
This is the best calendula I've found anywhere! I purchased calendula from another large soap supply company, and after a few months, it had bugs living in it(even though I had it triple bagged)!!! This is really gross since I had infused a large amount of avocado oil with the calendula for lotion and soap making. Was not happy to have all that oil wasted. I thought I was saving money buying from another company. From now on I will only buy my dried flowers from Brambleberry. BTW-I have some dried lavender, roses, and calendula from Brambleberry that is a few years old, and it's never had one bug in it. The other company told me bugs will grow in their flowers after a year...gross!!! Brambleberry = quality.
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