Orange Zinger Calendula Flowers

Nature & Nurture Seeds

Calendula officinalis


Pkt(≈115 seeds)

Eye-popping edible flowers make this variety both attractive and useful. Stunning orange flower petals brighten salads or can be used to make skin-healing herbal oils and salves. Long stems (18-24”) make this calendula good for cut flowers. Calendula is versatile, easy to grow from seed and attracts pollinators. Erica has been growing and using calendula for over 15 years. Seeds are easy to save - start your own lineage of Orange Zinger at home! Sometimes called Pot Marigold, calendula is also well suited for container gardens or tight spaces.

90 days to maturity

Calendula will blossom all summer until the first heavy frost. Best sown directly outdoors after fear of frost (5/20-7/20), can be started indoors 4/21. Plant seeds ¼” deep, 2” apart in sun or part shade. 7-14 days until germination at 70°F. Plant 2-3 successions spaced 2-3 weeks apart for continuous blossoms. Cutting off dying flowers will encourage new buds to grow.