CALENDULA FIESTA GITANA DWARF EDIBLE GARNISH HERB MEDICINAL HAPPY IN POOR SOILS CALENDULA OFFICIANALIS $2.00

BRAND NEW! CALENDULA FIESTA GITANA CREATES A STUNNING EFFECT IN YOUR GARDEN! A DWARF HABIT WITH BIG FLOWERS! THE FLOWERS ARE NOT ONLY BEAUTIFUL BUT CAN BE USED AS A GARNISH AND AS HERBAL MEDICINE!

Description
The Fiesta Gitana is a compact plant producing double flowers in a richly coloured mixture. Easy to grow – ideal for beginners. The brightly coloured flowers are cheerful in borders whatever the weather. Award of Garden Merit. Drought resistant. Calendula flowers are edible and ideal in salads.

Attracts Bees, Attracts Butterflies, Attracts Pollinators, Easy to Grow & Maintain, Edible, Extended Bloom Time, Fragrant

Calendula is a traditional cottage garden flower and culinary herb, which has recently become a popular choice for bedding displays.

Calendula is known for attracting bees, beneficial insects and other pollinators. It has pollen rich flowers.

Calendula is a bright and cheery plant! It is native to the Canary Islands, South and Central Europe, and North Africa.

Calendula deters asparagus beetles and tomato hornworms making them a good companion planting for tomatoes.

Grow Notes
Plant in full or part sun in a well-drained soil for them to thrive. They are tolerant of poor soil and will bloom satisfactorily in all conditions except deep shade and extreme heat.

Self-seeding plant that drops seeds onto the soil at the end of the season so choose a semi-permanent position or deadhead plants before they can drop seed or to prolong flowering.

Sow
Plant 15mm deep and 30cm apart in Spring and Autumn, sown direct or raise as seedlings in good quality potting mix.

Keep soil moist, not wet or dry.

Germination
10- 14 days at 20-22°C

Maturity
60-70 days. Annual that will regrow every year if left to go to seed.

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