Well, maybe not alone! I have to check it out tomorrow. We did have an end to the peppers, tomatoes, beans, last night. We were at 28 and will be again tonight. Calendula (Calendula officinalis) is really one of the very last flowers in my garden. They hang in there! Last year my Thanksgiving bouquet had a calendula in it. Remember calendulas were considered the poor man's saffron in the past. Once you have calendulas planted, you should continue to see them multiple. They can always be tamed by pulling them out. I have even move them to a better location if I don't like where they are coming up. Oooh, I forgot I spotted a coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) out in the front garden. I'll share that with you tomorrow. Hope you had a great day. I was trying to get my warmer clothes in the attic today. It was a mess, but I'm donating a lot of clothes because I'm smaller. Always a good thing. Talk to you tomorrow.