Calendula Pacific beauty mix. 100 Seeds. Flower Seeds

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Calendula (Calendula officinalis) is a flowering herb that belongs to the Asteraceae family, which also includes daisies and chrysanthemums. It is commonly known as pot marigold and is different from the common marigold (Tagetes spp.) 1. Calendula is usually grown as an annual flower in garden beds and containers in cooler climate zones, but it can be a short-lived perennial in warmer climates 1. The plant has a daisy-like appearance and produces cheery flowers that bloom in shades of yellow, orange, red, pink, and cream.

Calendula is a short-lived perennial in warmer climates, but in cooler climate zones it is usually grown as an annual flower in garden beds and containers 1. Here are some tips for growing calendula:

Planting: Calendula is easy to grow from seeds directly sown in the garden or containers. Plant seeds indoors in early spring and repot or transplant sturdy seedlings after the danger of frost has passed. Calendula will tolerate poor conditions but grows best when it has rich soil. Once established, it doesn’t need much water or fertilizer to grow.

Sunlight: Calendula is a full sun plant but might start wilting in intense heat.

Watering: Water the plant frequently until it is established. Once established, calendula doesn’t need much water to grow.

Pinching back: Pinching back young plants will promote more compact, bushy growth and prevent the plants from becoming leggy.

Deadheading: Deadhead the old flowers to encourage reblooming.

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