Calendula is loved by all who grow it! The knee-high plant is medicinal, the extract is used in many body-care products, the boiled petals make a natural dye, and the petals are edible and very tasty. Calendula flowers tolerate light frost and can bloom until Thanksgiving or Christmas in many regions.
Origin: The parent seed of our calendula came from the garden of a friend in Prescott, Arizona.
(Approximately 50 seeds per packet)
Planting Instructions: sow a group of 3 seeds 1/2" deep every 12" as soon as soil can be worked in spring. Full sun to part shade.