The "sunshine herb" was probably first cultivated in 11th century Europe by Hildegard of Bingen: visionary, genius, and saint. That's pretty good company for a plant to keep. Now your feet can spend quality time with the same flower. Used since ancient times as a medicinal herb and associated astrologically with sun and fire, pot marigolds (or "calendula") were believed to bring clairvoyance, protection, even help with legal matters. These pretty, soft, cotton marigold socks probably won't help you see the future, or write the documents for your real estate closing. But with their fiery orange blossoms twining up your feet, the present, at least, will look mighty bright. Made in Colombia.