Pot Marigold (Pacific Beauty Mixed) Annual Seed Mix - Calendula Officinalis MAS-TGO3
Pot Marigold (Pacific Beauty Mix) Calendula Officinalis
It is s an old-fashioned flower that has a long history as both an ornamental garden plant and as a herb.
This is a mix of oranges, lemon and cream colours,
Double and semi-double flowers.
Sow in autumn or early spring ¼” below the surface.
Marigold can adapt to almost any soil, but prefers well-drained, poor or average soil.
|Flower Colours||oranges, lemon and cream|
|Plant Height||1-2 feet tall|
|Latin Name||Calendula Officinalis|
|Mixture Details||Sow in March- April or August to September at 3 grams to the square metre.|
|Flowering Season||June to October depending on sowing season|
|Setting||Likes some sun and most soil types but well-drained soil.|
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