Calendula Officinalis Double Mixed Seeds
Seed Type : Non-Hybrid, Open Pollinated and Non-GMO
Plant Height : Grows up to 12 inches high
Flower Shape: Light colored centre with long ovalish petals
Colour : Orange and yellow bright flowers
Specifications : Edible petals, Can be used as a herb
February - May & August - September
10-12 inches apart
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The best sowing method is broadcasting the seeds on the surface of the soil.
Soft loamy soil can be collected in a pot and seeds can be sown 1 inch deep in soil.
The plant thrives in normal day temperatures and requires regular watering.
Calendula does not attaract much pests but can attaract some bees and wind pollinators due to its bright color.
Ideally plant in loamy soil and try to keep the ph of your soil between the range of 6.1 and 6.5
Place in a spot that receives either full sun or partial sunlight.
Moderate between 25-35°C
Water the ground regularly, especially during dry periods.
how to harvest
Start harvesting your Calendula plant as soon as the first flush of flowers is in full bloom. The more you harvest, the more each plant will bear flowers. After the first cutting, you can probably return to harvest more every 3 days or so. The ideal time to harvest is in the morning, before it gets warm, but after the dew dries.
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