Pretty, double, 3-inch flowers are a deep orange color. They are great as cut flowers or as a tasty garnish in salads and add color to many dishes. Contains 125 heirloom seeds
No garden should be without this useful, versatile, lovely little herb. Both the flowers and the foliage are edible, and the plant has terrific pest-fighting abilities that attract "good bugs" into the garden and help repel the bad guys. In the vegetable patch, it is an invaluable companion to tomatoes, peppers, and more. In the herb garden, it is a delicious edible. And in the cutting garden, it's a bright yellow presence for all your vases!Also known as Pot Marigold, this plant sports 2- to 3-inch single daisy-shaped blooms of yellow. They are edible, and in fact make an economical…
'Sherbet Fizz' is an easy-to-grow annual, specially selected for its striking color combination. These unusual buff-colored blooms also have intriguing darker red undersides on several layers of tightly packed petals, each tipped with red, creating a spectacular sherbet fizz effect as the blooms open. Sown in drifts direct into borders they will make a cheerful addition to your garden, as well as making an attractive cut flower. Germination: 7-21 days, 65-85F. Rich, well-drained soil. 16-18in.
One of the earliest and longest flowering calendulas producing strong, sturdy, dwarf, multi-branching plants smothered in bright yellow, large, fully double blooms. The perfect planting partner for Calendula 'Candyman Orange' as both will brighten your summer borders and containers. Germination: 7-21 days, 65-85F. Rich, well-drained soil. 12in.
During our travels to trial grounds around the world, we rediscovered this heirloom variety, first offered by T&M in 1933, and a real breakthrough in calendula breeding of its time. Bushy, free-flowering plants produce masses of gorgeous double citron-yellow blooms with long wide petals resembling a chrysanthemum. 'Chrysantha' still has a place in the garden today adding height to borders, and makes an invaluable cut flower. Germination: 7-21 days, 65-85F. Rich, sandy soil. 24-28in.
One of the most eye-catching varieties in T&M's flower trials. The brilliant orange, ultra-double flowers are edged in rich burgundy and seem to glow. Will add height and a fascinating, fiery radiance to your annual borders. Fabulous as cut flowers. 24-28in. Germination: 7-12 days, 68-86F. Rich, sandy soil.
Exciting, vivid orange pointed blooms, with an attractive quilling that gives a wild, spiky effect. Ideal for borders or cottage gardens. 15-18in. Germination: 7-12 days, 68-86F. Rich, sandy soil.
Compact and bushy plants are quickly smothered in lovely, fully double, apricot-colored flowers. Its dwarf habit makes 'Apricot Twist' perfect for planting at the front of a border or in a patio pot. Great value as one seed will produce a good-sized bushy plant—see picture. 10in. Germination: 7-12 days, 68-86F. Rich, sandy soil.
Mouthwatering combination of alluring orange and golden-yellow daisy-like blooms smother dwarf, compact plants throughout the summer. 8in. Germination: 7-12 days, 68-86F. Rich, sandy soil.
This flower boasts a fabulous mixture of daisy-like apricot, lemon, golden grapefruit and orange colored blooms. In addition to being beautiful, the petals are edible and may also be used as a saffron substitute in soups, rice or omelets. They also make a bright addition to salads. Can be grown in borders or containers. Germination: 7-21 days, 68-86F. Rich, sandy soil. 6in.
SECTION: Flowers, Calendula, Calendula officinalis Selected for intense deep orange, hardiness, medicinal strength. One packet will plant 25 sq ft when using 12" spacing in the bed. (Select Cultural Info/Seed Codes in red top bar for more details about codes below) EA CULTURE: HA, P zones 9,10/Spacing 12" SEEDS PER PACKET: 80 SOURCE CODE: B PACKET LABEL INSTRUCTIONS: Start seed in flats and transplant 12" apart. Plant in full sun in any soil, but it will do best in a rich soil. Reseeds easily. Calendula is a hardy annual that grows to a height of 18".
SECTION: Flowers, Calendula, Calendula officinalis One of the best traditional mixes. Creamy yellow through deep orange. One packet will plant 25 sq ft when using 12" spacing in the bed. (Select Cultural Info/Seed Codes in red top bar for more details about codes below) EA CULTURE: HA, P zones 9,10/Spacing 12" SEEDS PER PACKET: 80 SOURCE CODE: C PACKET LABEL INSTRUCTIONS: Start seed in flats and transplant 12" apart. Plant in full sun in any soil, but it will do best in a rich soil. Reseeds easily. Calendula is a hardy annual that grows to a height of 18".
The undersides of the petals are a muted burgundy giving the flowers a unique, flashy appearance. An excellent mix of colors; high percentage of double and semidouble flowers; and long, strong stems combine to make this the calendula to grow. Organically grown. Ht. 18-24". Avg. 2,500 seeds/oz. Packet: 50 seeds.
Includes a delightful mix of flower forms and brilliant colors to create stunning arrangements! Then capture that fragrance to enjoy for months in decorative potpourri! Seed mix includes Calendula, Cornflowers, Candytuft, Marigolds, Sweet William, Lavender, Lemon Mint and Blue Sage. One pound covers approximately 1200 square feet (140 seeds per square feet). This product is sold in 1lb increments.
The pretty blooms are deep orange, double, and have inward curved petals; very unique flowers look very much like mums. This variety is the favorite of many growers. Contains 125 heirloom seeds
This traditional variety had become very popular by the 1930's. Tall plants produce stunning two-tone flowers. Deep orange petals are backed by crimson, making this a stunning cut flower. Contains 125 heirloom seeds
Lavish display of flowers in tones from cream to gold and yellow to orange, with the centers of the daisy-like flower often in contrasting shades and textures. Fine for cut flowers. Calendula petals have been used as a substitute for saffron. A care-free plant blooming in late spring to early summer; excellent in cottage gardens. Contains 125 heirloom seeds
This uniquely colored variety has fully double 2-in. blooms. 24-in to 26-in. tall plants keep blooming all season long. Attractive to beneficial insects and pollinators. Also repels asparagus beetles. Simply direct sow after last frost or start indoors. $4.99 $6.99 $2.49
From springtime through frost, blooms appear on sturdy, 24-in., dark green stems, nicely contrasting the richly hued flowers. Unique blooms are also edible and can be used as a substitute for saffron. If the current shipping season is closed, your order will ship at the proper time in the next season.
Massive, double calendula flowers in a beautiful shade of brilliant orange make this variety a true king of calendulas. Contains 125 heirloom seeds
A beautiful selection of the old "Radio" variety; this one has beautiful quilled petals, bright orange in color. Unique. Contains 125 heirloom seeds
(85-95 days) Vibrant color and long stems are ideal for bouquets well into fall, withstanding frosts. Rich aroma and high resin content work well for tinctures and salves. Edible petals beautify salads.
Lovely flowers up to 4 inches in colors of orange, apricot, yellow, peach and cream. An historical heirloom garden plant that was known as "Pot Marigold". A colorful addition to any garden. Contains 125 heirloom seeds
A lovely calendula with apricot flowers tinged with pink, truly something new and exciting. Frilly flowers bloom over a long season. Contains 125 heirloom seeds
Brighten the cutting garden, annual bed, the vegetable patch, or containers with this exciting new Calendula! Orange Mandarin in a compact but very well-branched and free-flowering variety with double blooms of deep, rich orange. They stand out brilliantly in any setting, and hold well in garden or vase. Blooming all summer and well into fall on easy-care, floriferous plants, these flowers are a joy!Calendula is so useful in the garden and the vase. You will find these flowers just indispensible in indoor arrangements, yet the plant is too charming to be relegated to the cutting garden. Instead, set a generous…
This 1930's introduction celebrated the invention of the radio. The glowing orange flowers have pointed, quilled petals. Blooms over a long season and can easily be grown in pots. Contains 125 heirloom seeds
With maroon inner petals fading to light pink with a touch of yellow on the outermost tips of the petals, these flowers are a softer, more gentle calendula than the bright orange and yellow hues. Truly elegant. Organically grown. Ht. 18-24". Avg. 3,100 seeds/oz. Packet: 50 seeds.
I have a Karen Triplett Rhoda and it does not bloom. It has bloomed in the past but probably not for a past several years. Not sure what I need to do? It's in well drained soil has morning and late afternoon sun. It has healthy looking leaves. Any suggestions?