Also known as Pot Marigold. Yellow-orange, 3" flowers add a nice color to salads. Flowers also used as a food color, natural dye, and substitute for saffron. (Calendula officinalis)
Medicinal: Traditionally used as an anti-inflammatory herb for localized skin problems. Reported to activate cellular defense mechanisms.
Growing instructions: Annual. Germination at 55-65°F in 14 days. Transplant or direct sow. Space 6" apart. Grows 18" tall. Full sun. Matures in 85 days.
Packet: 0.50 g - approximately 92 seeds