Calendula - Grandmother's *NOT AVAILABLE THIS YEAR!*

*Not Available since 2015*

5005-LO  Calendula officinalis

(Edible. Medicinal. 50 days.)

Calendula has been popular among gardeners for centuries for good reasons: Easy to grow from seed (and easy to save seeds!), beautiful intense blooms of yellows to reds from June to early autumn, wide medicinal and culinary uses.  Direct seed in May/June for blooms summer long. This particular cultivar came to grower Kim Edmondson from her grandmother’s collection, hence the name.

CERTIFIED ORGANIC AND LOCALLY-GROWN
Grown by Wild Rose Farm in Gilbert's Cove, NS.

  
Calendula - Grandmother's *NOT AVAILABLE THIS YEAR!*
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12:49 PM May 8th 2011
by shannon
hi, i thought only the common deep orange variety have medicinal value...