Calendulas are great little flowers. Not only do they add a burst of orange and yellow to your plot, but they attract a multitude of beneficial insects too. You can pick them and use them as cut flowers and they’re easy to grow – the ideal marigold for our not too hot little island. Just cut, and placed in a small vase, these flowers add simple elegance to your home. Then again, why not dry the orange petals and use them as ‘poor man’s saffron’, they will color and flavor your rice and desserts at a fraction of the price of true saffron. Calendula Mixed is a Winter season flower. It is good to grow potted plants. Prepare the pots with fertile soil or potting mix & Vermicompost before sowing. Germination in a Week. We recommend you to plant in a medium-size pot with a good ‘Potting Mix’. If you are planting in soil, add ‘Vermicompost’, ‘Neem Cake Powder’ & Multi-Nutrient Mix for better germination & growth.
|Sunlight: Full Sun Light|
|Water: In 1-2 times a week|
|Sowing Method: Seedling|
|Seasonal Information- Winter|
|Sowing Time: Sow when the night temperature is 20-30 degrees C|
In 1-2 times a week
Time: Sow when the night temperature is 20-30 degrees C