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Organically grown. A dynamic blend of 2 to 3 inch flowers in brilliant yellow, gold and pink shades, all with contrasting deep maroon on the back of each petal. Plants grow 18 to 24 inches tall and wide.
A 3-inch, double calendula with bright orange and cream, bicolor blooms. Grows to 18 inches tall and 12 inches wide.
Extraordinary, deep coppery-peach and cream, bicolor flowers cover the 18-24 inch tall plants. 'Bronzed Beauty' blooms from late fall through spring in mild-winter areas and from spring until midsummer in cooler climates.
Fully double, 6-8 inch tall plants. Twist Calendulas are some of the best double Calendulas available and are stunning when massed in the garden.
Bright, double orange flowers.
Bright, double yellow blooms.
Almost certainly the longest flowering, top performing double flowered calendula available. 'Candyman Orange' is a dwarf, compact 12 inch well-branched plant covered in large, glowing double orange blooms. Flowers from late fall through spring in mild-winter areas, from spring until midsummer in cooler climates.
Among the bold gold and yellow ruffled blooms there will appear a number of flowers with a pink tinge to their edges, and others that are a true pink with touches of gold. 'Pink Surprise' grows 18-24 inches tall.
This series features large, 2.5-3 inch double flowers on early (10-14 days earlier than others), heavy blooming, compact 12 inch plants. Colors include apricot, orange, yellow and light yellow. Bon Bons bloom from late fall through spring in mild-winter areas and from spring until midsummer in cooler climates.
Gold Star offers some of the very best Calendulas for cutting. The highly productive, disease resistant plants produce large, golden-yellow double flowers on long, strong stems. Gold Star Calendula grows 20-24 inches tall.
Organically grown. A dynamic blend of 2 to 3 inch flowers in orange, apricot, peach, cream, and yellow shades, some bicolors and tricolors, all with deep maroon on the back of each petal. Plants grow 18 to 24 inches tall and wide.
Sow seeds in cell packs, press into soil and lightly cover. Kept at 70° F., germination averages 7-14 days. Can direct sow into prepared seed beds after all danger of frost ¼ inch deep, 6 seeds per foot. Thin to 8-12 inches apart.
Growing Calendulas: Full sun, moderate water, almost any soil with good drainage. Flowers are long-lasting cut, attracts bees and butterflies. Best performance in cool weather, grow fall-spring in mild winter areas. Deer resistant.