Calendula Seeds – Porcupine

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Johnsons Seeds / Calendula Orange Porcupine . Calendula Orange Porcupine. approx 100 seeds. Availability: In stock. $3.20. Add to Cart. Add to Wishlist Email to a Friend Ask Us A Question. Details. Incredibly easy to grow and free flowering, the textured petals make for a brilliant statement piece, or a practical companion plant.

Johnsons Seeds / Calendula Orange Porcupine . Calendula Orange Porcupine. approx 100 seeds. Availability: In stock. $3.20. Add to Cart. Add to Wishlist Email to a Friend Ask Us A Question. Details. Incredibly easy to grow and free flowering, the textured petals make for a brilliant statement piece, or a practical companion plant.

Orange Porcupine Calendula is a beautiful selection of the old “Radio” variety. Impressive bright orange, quilled petals on 1-1/2 foot tall plants provide a spectacular display from early summer until frost. Gorgeous in patio pots or mixed borders. (Annual) Learn How to Grow Calendula here. Each packet contains approximately 125 seeds.

Sow seeds thinly, at a depth of 1cm (1/2") in drills spaced 30cm (12") apart and cover seed with its own depth of soil to exclude light. Water the ground regularly, especially during dry periods. Germination usually takes 5-10 days. When calendula seedlings are large enough to handle, thin them out to.

Allium Bulbs – Purple & White Mix For best results, we recommend planting your allium bulbs just over twice as deep as the height of the bulb and about 5 or 6 inches apart. When planting, make sure that the bulbs are planted with the pointy end up. Make sure that you water your allium bulbs sufficiently after planting. Allium bulbs are

These seeds can be used right away or can be stored and will remain viable for years. HERBAL USE: Calendula officinalis, also known as pot marigold or garden marigold, has been used for centuries. Calendula can be incorporated into baths, creams, compresses, washes, salves, ointments, massage oils, baths, facial steams, tinctures, and teas.

Sow seeds thinly, at a depth of 1cm (1/2") in drills spaced 30cm (12") apart and cover seed with its own depth of soil to exclude light. Water the ground regularly, especially during dry periods. Germination usually takes 5-10 days. When calendula seedlings are large enough to handle, thin them out to 30cm (12") apart.

These seeds can be used right away or can be stored and will remain viable for years. HERBAL USE: Calendula officinalis, also known as pot marigold or garden marigold, has been used for centuries. Calendula can be incorporated into baths, creams, compresses, washes, salves, ointments, massage oils, baths, facial steams, tinctures, and teas.

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