Calendula Seeds - Pacific Beauty Mixture


98-105 days. Pacific Beauty Mix calendula seeds are a tidy and vibrant addition to grow in any home or garden. Pacific Beauty Mix seeds grow hardy 15-18 inch tall bushy calendula mounds perfect for indoor gardening, yet robust enough to keep outside during the long summer months. Pacific Beauty Mix seeds promise dazzling 3-4 inch lush marigold-like bulbs atop robust stalks certain to excite any seasonal fresh cut arrangement or bouquet. Pacific Beauty Mix calendula is tolerant, easy to grow from seed, and ideal for indoor containers and planters or for a charming border around your flower bed. ~2100 Seeds / Ounce.


Growing Pacific Beauty Mix Calendula Garden Seeds

Pacific Beauty Mix calendula seeds have a wildflower-like hardiness and are most commonly broadcasted directly just before the final frost. Blend For earliest spring blooming, begin calendula seeds indoors 6-8 weeks prior, seeds will germinate in 7-14 days in complete darkness. If transplanting outdoors, harden off to a partially shaded spot. Plants may reseed in the garden in optimal growing conditions. Lightly press 3-4 Pacific Beauty Mix seeds 18 inches apart in average, moderately fertile, and well-drained soil in full sun to partial shade. Calendula has wildflower-like hardiness and are popularly broadcasted directly. Pacific Beauty Mix seeds are more tolerant of heat than other varieties of calendula. Plants will benefit from partial shade in the long summer months and should be properly ventilated and not overwatered, as plants are susceptible to powdery mildew. Calendula has no serious pests, but monitor regularly for slugs on outdoor grows and white aphids on indoor plants. Pacific Mix calendula seeds mature in 98-105 days as 15-18 inch tall bushy mounds with a 18-24 inch spread of enormous 3-4 inch golden orange marigold-like blooms.

Calendula officinalis has a long history of being cultivated for sale and ornamentation throughout the world, so much so that its origin is difficult to trace, but botanists believe the calendula could be native to portions of Europe. In fact, the specific name officinals is the Latin word meaning "sold in shops." Calendula has been popularly sold and traded for its medicinal, soothing, and anti-inflammatory properties.

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