Pacific Beauty Mix Calendula
Pacific Beauty Calendula is a minimal fuss array of golden orange and yellow petals. These edible flowers make for a magnificent bouquet, a mighty mosquito repellent, or a medicinal tea with historic anti-inflammatory properties. Pacific Beauty mix calendula grows in a wide range of weather between 45°F-80°F. They can tolerate cooler temperatures but may stop flowering during the peak heat of summer. They do great in containers and gardens. Calendula is quite hardy and do well in most types of soil but will thrive in well-draining, fertile soil high in organic matter or aged compost. Calendula likes full sun and partial shade. Water thoroughly but infrequently letting dry between watering. Calendula is full grown (mature) in 45-56 days. You can snip the flowers which are edible or use them for decoration. The leaves, stem, and petals can be used for tea.