First we have the gorgeos rose. They are historic roses with a unique fragrance.
Unbelievable they have strength in them to flower this time of the year.
Here we have Marigold Calendula officinalis. I adore the brightness of orange, all the close petals and the intensity. I use it for Calendula salve for babies nappy rash.
The bleu and white are variation of the same specie: Borage (Borago officinalis). When I was young we could buy borage as a freshplant juice from a German firm Choenenberg. Is was exellent to boost you when tired or after a servere cold or the flue. Then came lots of restrictions on herbal medicine in Denmark in the nineties and is was no longer available. To press it yourself you will need a very strong juicer.
Finally, we Have Mary Thisle (Silybum marianum or Carduus marianum) . Here we use the seeds. Mary Thisel is ever so easy to grow. The seeds are easy to harvest and you can make a herbal tea of it. It is good for all liver problems and digestive issues. A normal tea is not medicinal. You need to make it strong.