Pacific Beauty Mix

Calendula Seed


The Pacific Beauty Mix Calendula is a beautiful golden yellow and orange pot marigold that makes for excellent cut flowers. This Calendula variety is a customer favorites for brightening up a room in a vase or lending beauty to many dishes as edible flowers. This annual prefers cooler climates that look great in different containers and pots. The Pacific Beauty Mix’s peak blooms occur in spring through summer.


Learning Download: How to Grow Calendula

In addition to bringing a bright burst of color to the garden, Calendula flowers are grown to be used as a medical salve and the flowers are edible. The blooms are frost tolerant, which creates long-lasting color in the garden.

Before Planting: Calendulas prefer full sun but will grow in partial shade. They like rich, well-drained soil with a pH of 5.5 to 7.0, but the flowers will tolerate poor soil as well.

Planting: Sow Calendula seeds directly into the garden early in the season and cover with 1/4 inch of soil.

Watering: Water them during dry periods. Add mulch to retain moisture and deter weeds.

Fertilizer: Add compost to the soil to improve it and add a general-purpose fertilizer once a month.

Days to Maturity: Calendula flowers bloom from mid-summer up until the first frosts in the fall.

Harvesting: Prior to trimming the flowers and bringing them indoors to arrange in a vase, check for aphids.

Tips: Calendula is a good companion plant when planted near asparagus and tomatoes.

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