One of my favorite tea is calendula tea. That’s why I couldn’t miss the opportunity to collect calendula growing in our gardens and dry them up so that in winter everyone can enjoy a cup of warm, tasty tea. In pictures, you can see flowers of calendula and also seeds. The flower has to be collected when it’s dry, not right after morning dew or rain, for example. And don’t do it too late in the afternoon as well, because then it’s gonna be closed up, and not open like in pictures. Seeds have to come off the stump easily as well, and for that, you just leave some flowers to grow out till they give seeds. After collecting flowers and seeds, you have to dry flowers, but the seeds are ready to be packed up till the next time you want to plant them. Calendula is one of the easiest plants to grow and collect in my opinion, and it looks very lovely as well.